For the past few years, a friend (Donnie Smart) has suggested multiple times that I make a copy of the '33/4 Ford coupe seat. Don had a set of patterns for the wood and I have a couple of original seats. Since the home construction business isn't keeping me busy, I thought that this would be a good time to make an attempt at creating a seat. Who knows, someone might even want to purchase one of these seats (I made templates). The seat duplicates the original in size so that it will also use the original springs (available in reproduction from Synder's). It turned out well enough that I sold one of my original seats and will use this one in my '34 5 window. The original seat pan is a stamped sheet metal item. My seat bottom frame is made from square tubing. My version is much more ridgid than the original and is about 10 pounds heavier. Check out the photos below. I'd be interested in feedback from y'all, especially '33/4 Ford coupe owners/builders.