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Art & Inspiration Hamber's ~ show off your interior - Hot Rods & Customs

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by HOTRODPRIMER, Jun 14, 2020.

  1. It's been a while since we have seen a thread with photo's of what the interior's of hamber owned hot rod's & custom's, I drove my old beater over 30 years with no real interior abd a couple of Tijuana Blanket seat covers. some aluminum insulation & that's it.

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    I decided the time had come to install the heater I had put off for several years and then my pal Dave needed a heater so it went in his truck, since I was going to install a heater my bride suggested heat & air, in fact she paid for it so I went with it, while we were at it better insulation went in along with a comfortable interior.

    I added a interior over head tight and bought a repop passenger side door pillar on/off light switch and a power take off for the Garman & cell phone.

    My fellow club member Dave sewed the interior. HRP

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  2. arkiehotrods
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  3. The red & white interior is beautiful. HRP
     
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  4. hudson48
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    Inside the Hudson and the roadster. 20200615_101611_resized.jpg 20200615_101631_resized.jpg 20200615_101637.jpg 20200615_101716_resized.jpg 2U3A6916 (Medium).jpg 2U3A6925 (Medium).jpg 2U3A6924 (Medium).jpg
     
  5. Never2old
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    from so cal

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  6. hemihotrod66
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    34 Ford tudor sedan... Build picture 4.jpg
     
  7. Nicholas Coe
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  8. GordonC
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    I like playing this game! Here is mine done right here at home by me and the wife. Came out ok I think for a first time effort.
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  9. dana barlow
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    1. Y-blocks

    Wow some great looking interior in this thread.
    I know some put off doing the interior,it can look like big $ you don't have,or maybe can't decide.

    I've kind of always jumped in the black hole of {I don't have the $$$, to pay}but I don't know how , will find out how an do it myself.
    I wrote a tech about doing interiors on the low buck at home; few years back 2011.

    Maybe fun to read ,even if not a "Do It Your Self" with everything ! Some idea help also !
    https://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/tech-sew-at-home-upholsrety-hot-rod.604077/

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  10. i.rant
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    1. 1940 Ford

  11. Moriarity
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    Pearl white 1.5 inch pleats in my corvette
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  12. Moriarity
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    Miss elegance interior, original, done in 1961

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  13. Elcohaulic
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    64 Bonneville. Hurst Autostick I. Vintage Autometer mechanical gauges, vacuum-oil pressure-water temp... That big red light is a shift light, it comes on when the engine hits 5200 rpm (462 Pontiac with 4.25" stroke)..

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  14. rustydusty
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    Ultra simple, low budget... replacement restaurant chair cushions, attached to the carpeted interior with industrial strength velcro. $6.97 each! 20200526_174850.jpg
     
  15. rustydusty
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    By the way, in Mexico, they just call them "blankets"...
     
  16. j hansen
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    from sweden

  17. BLACK STUDE
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    Will be watching this thread, new sewing machine should be here today. Got a roll of red metalflake vinyl to do some seat covers and door panels for the hot rod stude waiting. Gonna paint all the dash and such red, and chrome the gauge cluster panel. Already installed the steering wheel. Adapted the old STUDE horn button center. Hope it comes out half as nice as some of these featured here. IMG_20190423_182015617.jpg
     
  18. missysdad1
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    My interior is still in progress but am using it as it is for now. The interior panels are 1/8" lauan painted flat black which will later serve as the foundation boards for some simple upholstery. The floor covering is made from a salvaged pickup truck rubber bed liner cut to fit. Cost: about $8 for the luan and $20 for the screws. The seat base is a cut-down Model A with plywood back and bottom, high-density foam and flat naugahyde covering which I did myself. Very businesslike. Not for everybody, that's for sure, but I like it.

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  19. radarsonwheels
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    Mine. All done by me except the bench. 68CC3B8C-7EB0-4314-8CD7-0928F6D44413.jpeg 10A1ECEE-8C51-4489-8224-0CAF7EBF0A5E.jpeg 76DD97ED-57DE-42E5-9782-49854AD83F45.jpeg
     
  20. Ladyhrp's Ranch Wagon. HRP

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  21. partssaloon
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  22. Miss Taboo's interior, this area was the biggest change to the car when we restored the car.
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  23. My 33 Pickup as it currently sits. It was done in the late 80's. This truck is next on the project list and will be getting redone to be more early 60s style.
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  24. Moriarity
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    Original 1965 interior in the Astorian

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  25. Elcohaulic
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    My 64 Grand Prix, everything except AC even the 421...

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  26. Moriarity
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    Jim Mcfall 36 pickup that I am fortunate to own.

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  27. Black_Sheep
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  28. Gman0046
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    WgL%60TCSLCkfNFFjNkKNQ.jpg 60 Pontiac Bubbletop. Has custom lower dash extension that houses A/C controls, vents and engine gauges.
     
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