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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by wayne421, Mar 8, 2012.

  1. wayne421
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    Im wanting to delete my back seat I'm my fairlane to give it that a/fx super stock look so I wanted to see what everybody else is doing for ideas
     
  2. no pics, I just used black cut-loop carpet in the O/T car. I cut it and stitched it by hand to make it fit kind of...looks OK from outside the car.
     
  3. Judd
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    You can just make out the back of my Comet. It has a package shelf with 1" overhang and a flat panel down joined by 1" wood strip and screws. Panels are cardboard with vinyl glued on just like the door and quarter panels. I've removed the carpet covered piece and floor panels less weight.
     

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  4. Craven Moorhead
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    Best pic I can find right now, same materials as the door panels.
     

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  5. wayne421
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    Judd is that a100 seats .and craven nice color scheme the red an silver looks great what is the color of the seat vinal
     
  6. Craven Moorhead
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    Mine are A100 seats, I pulled them out of the 64 Dodge van. The vinyl is the same seats, door panels and rear delete it is a current marine based product. I chose that for the color, durability and period style. Not certain what they called it, my upholstery guy told me all Mopar guys pick the ugliest colors all from the same pallet range. I tried to get it as close to the carpet and headliner as possible and it is close.
     
  7. 1971BB427
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    Did mine on the Austin by building thin plywood panels and a base. Then covered the back panel with black naugahyde, and base with black wool felt carpetting:
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    This is my OT '71 Camaro that I did in a similar way, but bases are hinged to store small things out of sight:
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  10. Muttley
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    I'll be paying close attention to this thread.
     
  11. C'mon , you must be joking ! Rip it out and chuck it up in the attic. That,s the traditional way !!
     
  12. blue 49
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    I'm not too far along with my Henry J, but I built the floor to follow the frame contour. A previous owner had cut the floor and wheelwells out. I plan to put bedliner coating on it.

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  13. Judd
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    Not they came out of a school bus. A friend had like 40 of them and sold them all. They are about 1/3 the weight of the Dodge Omni seats the car came with, smaller and I like the look a lot better. They look like they may be the same as A100 just different pattern on the vinyl.




     
  14. seb fontana
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    Here is mine..Pic should enlarge ok...
     

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  15. wayne421
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  16. amphicar
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    I thought this referred to when I broke up with my girlfriend in high school! :)
     
  17. Falconred
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    This is the back of the Dick Brannon '64 Falcon A/FX car:
     

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  18. Falconred
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    The '65 Comet /FX cars had a unique molded rear seat delete panel. No one reproduces these that I know of.
     

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