The Jalopy Journal
Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by Metaltwister, Apr 15, 2012.
Last year I had seats made for my Model A (avatar), had the front of the seats kicked up 4", really helps in a short cab. My interior guy made the seats with out covers and trimmed the foam as needed till they fit me, very comfortable now!
I like your comment about bucklist !
54' Buick custom.
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These are in my 41 COE truck.
Can this be fixed ? I am not using an industrial sewing machine or piping ? You can see the puckering of the vinyl on the edge of the curve
Iam useing these in my shoe as the window crank handles.
Wow you guys have been busy! Some very nice stuff here and I'm glad to see the thread still chugging along... any more?
I finished the seats in my sedan.
It's been about a month... I know there has to be some new stitches we need to see! Any new seats? Let's see um...
How bout a Motorcycle seat?
A couple pedal car seats I did. The top one was a tribute to Larry Watson and Gene Winfield. Paint by Jimmy Jackson and East Coast Artie.
cut down Ford mini van seat in my 32 roadster.
these are available: I had a clean 4x4 setting on them, creases now are gone, center arm rest flips up.. $300.00 very comfy.
A Jeep Wrangler seat in my 29 Roadster!
At 6' 2" this Glide seat was the only way for me, by the way that's a coin holder not a drink holder
My 34 Chevy truck.
What seat is that? I'm digging it.
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That's the seat covers for the 'Quick and Dirty' dodge owned by Tony Turner of the Southeast Gassers.
Low back fiberglass racing seat from Summit.
Here's one I'm working on, pretty happy with how they turned out. 1952 Chevy CrewCab
And a bit more traditional 1938 Ford
Not a great photo, but Speedway offers the rear seat counterpart for low back front buckets. One day I'll get em all stitched up the same.
A little bump for some new seat upholstery posts? Lets see um!
My 27...Thanks Sid Chavers
Very Nice! Looks comfortable?
These are ours.
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