Anybody ever build your own seat frame (I'm doing a 32 Ford Roadster)? $1600 (includes foam) + shipping seems mad for something I can make in a day or so for around $200. 16 gauge 1" square tubing is cheap and I found upholstery springs sold in a 10' coil on Amazon for $23. it's all going to get covered, so it doesn't have to be beautiful - just symmetrical and square. I've been studying photos of Glide and Wise-guys seat frames as well as old S10 bench seat frames and keep thinking... How difficult can this be to make? Found this article on modifying an S10 seat; https://garage.eastwood.com/eastwood-chatter/channeled-bench-seat-1/ As I cant find an S10 bench seat to save my life, maybe use this a good base to modify: https://www.northerntool.com/shop/t...IlgiMEGy1FT1SmfOTjhoC1TsQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds I'm also 6'6" tall, so maybe making my own would allow me to tailor it to fit?