The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Metaltwister, Apr 15, 2012.
I just got mine back.
Wonderful stuff here guys! This thread is exactly what I was hoping it would turn into... A single place on the Hamb that we can get ideas on seat styles, shapes, and upholstery in any vehicle. My hope is that it will continue to grow as you guys get your interiors finished up. Lots of AWESOME STUFF here...
If you know of a good upholstery shop in your area please add them to the thread below... Thanks!
My 32 3 window
That was my 40.
Very nice stuff... Any updates?
1953 Chevy 150 front seat notched out to clear shifter & added billet cup holders. Flux
Don't care what anybody says, those billet cup holders are great and I'm going to steal the idea!
This is going in a 64 Ford Pick Up!
OOOOH... Veery Nice! Im really liking the tan and cranberry. Anyway that is what my screen is showing! LOL
Very nice Jim!
Thanks guys... Bob its Cream and Crimson but you were close enough.
It's been a few months... Any new seats installed? Lets see um!
My first try at upholstery, sitting in my 56 gasser
Really! First crack at upholstery work? Looks like your a natural... Sweet and slick looking! Thanks for posting up the pic.
Thanks man, lots of patience getting to this.
...$10.00 S-10 bench, $6.00 Menards rag rugs,...Done....too bad I couldn't find 2 that matched, but it is just an old farm truck.
Perfect! Seat and sweet cover for 16 bucks... AWESOME!
My wife and I will be doing back seat covers for the 1955 stude, putting cadillac leather covers on the two piece bottoms and not sure where the top seat back will be
Back seat backrest for my 52 Chevy.... And the headliner even though this is a seat thread
Oh wow, isn't that sexy! As always beautiful work Jim!
Doesn't all the blood run to your head when you sit in this one?
Beautiful work. Buttons and all.
Will be starting on the seat you sent us in the next couple weeks!!!
Love the ideas,nice and fun seeing them. After years of doing every thing but my own upholstery,I finely did give it a few trys an enjoy it some. These are two I did myself,one for my son's T,and other is my own 28A. I did a tech some time ago on how I did these; http://www.jalopyjournal.com/forum/threads/tech-sew-at-home-upholsrety-hot-rod.604077/
from my black 40 Ford tudor, by Daves
Auto Uph in Blair, NE
beachbum does some beautiful work!
Wow... Pure Artistry. Thanks for sharing your seat upholstery magic guys. There is a lot to be very proud of on this thread. I gotta say even the ole school UN-finished finished seats look pretty sweet! Keep the pics coming as this is becoming a great reference thread! Ideas, Ideas, Ideas! More, More, More!
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My 38 seats...done, hopefully, in a 50's style.
It's been a few weeks... Anything new out there?
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