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Old 09-12-2017, 07:59 PM   #1
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Before I started restoring this 29 Tudor someone had already removed the interior, so I am not sure how things go back together. Is there anyplace that might have a video about interior install?

I have a question about the tabs on the rear seat bottom support frame--please see picture.
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Old 09-13-2017, 05:49 AM   #2
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Before I started restoring this 29 Tudor someone had already removed the interior, so I am not sure how things go back together. Is there anyplace that might have a video about interior install?

I have a question about the tabs on the rear seat bottom support frame--please see picture.
The side panels are held in place there. FWIW, I made my none point car panels out of .025 6061-T6 aluminum from Aircraft Spruce.

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Fred 93. This is the interior of my Canadian built 1928 Tudor. You can just see that the tags are used for the interior panel.

The last time I looked under the back seat the stuffing was not there. I must have had some visitors!!!
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Old 09-13-2017, 07:23 AM   #4
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Fred 93. This is the interior of my Canadian built 1928 Tudor. You can just see that the tags are used for the interior panel.

The last time I looked under the back seat the stuffing was not there. I must have had some visitors!!!
I installed 1/4 inch square hardware cloth to the back sides of the seat cushions to keep the mice out. I also put plugs in the two drain holes under the seat in the floor pan. I once saw a mouse scramble through that half in hole.
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Old 09-13-2017, 08:55 AM   #5
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Thanks, I will try filling those holes up. The mice once demolished the interior of my 1925 Renault NN. I have tried everything to keep them out. The best things were French onions. But filling in the holes sounds the best bet.
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Fred 93. This is the interior of my Canadian built 1928 Tudor. You can just see that the tags are used for the interior panel.

The last time I looked under the back seat the stuffing was not there. I must have had some visitors!!!
Thanks for the photo. And all the replies
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