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Username Post: My '39 Master Deluxe Coupe        (Topic#357502)
1971BB427 
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Loc: Portland,Or
Reg: 12-06-09
08-06-20 12:04 PM - Post#2800449    
    In response to 1971BB427

Got the 2nd seat upholstery sewed up, and managed to stay on my lines this time, so no redo on this one. Then got it back on the frame after some wrestling. Of course whenever I think I got the toughest half done, I always find out it wasn't, and the 2nd one was tougher. It require me to remove the foam from the frames, and install the upholstery to the foam partially. Then reinstall the foam, and covering, and finish locking it down to the frames then. A lot more work, but it did go on after some coaxing. Had to reach up inside the upholstery to hook some plastic stays the factory uses to pull the fabric into the seat. Good time to have these long arms that allow my knuckles to drag the ground!
Got the seat bolted back in after the morning rains stopped, and just need to do the weatherstrip around the doors now.












1969 Suburban 2wd 350
1939 Chevy passenger coupe
1937 Austin gasser 327/TH350


 


41wildthing 
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41wildthing
Loc: NJ
Reg: 12-02-15
08-09-20 07:15 AM - Post#2800665    
    In response to 1971BB427

Looks really nice and the door, quarter and rear storage/trunk divider panel came out very well.....Phil



 
1971BB427 
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Loc: Portland,Or
Reg: 12-06-09
08-09-20 07:38 AM - Post#2800671    
    In response to 41wildthing

Thanks Phil! I have a grand total of about $500 into the interior, including buying the bucket seats, and the sewing machine. So being the tightwad I am it fits into my low budget build theme.


1969 Suburban 2wd 350
1939 Chevy passenger coupe
1937 Austin gasser 327/TH350


 
41wildthing 
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Posts: 46
41wildthing
Loc: NJ
Reg: 12-02-15
08-09-20 10:46 AM - Post#2800687    
    In response to 1971BB427

Wow. You really got a bargain on the machine considering that you got a table with it. Does it do zigzag as well as straight stitch?......Phil



 


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