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Old 02-12-2018, 11:50 PM   #21
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Here is a Model A rail that my dad did the WoodGraining, it is done in Butt Walnut

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Old 02-13-2018, 11:29 AM   #22
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Here is a Model A rail that my dad did the WoodGraining, it is done in Butt Walnut
That is very nice. The woodgraining is one of the most rewarding projects I have done.
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The interior looks great. Are you using a kit or are you sewing it your self? I always like upholstery work because you stay relatively clean. I need more practice with it and grow my trim skills.
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The interior looks great. Are you using a kit or are you sewing it your self? I always like upholstery work because you stay relatively clean. I need more practice with it and grow my trim skills.
The interior is a Lebaron Bonney kit that came with the car. It has a few things that are not the same as the original interior that I have remnants of such as the pullstraps, binding on the visors and shades that I am changing to be more correct. Thanks for saying it looks great. Art
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The interior is a Lebaron Bonney kit that came with the car. It has a few things that are not the same as the original interior that I have remnants of such as the pullstraps, binding on the visors and shades that I am changing to be more correct. Thanks for saying it looks great. Art


The Lebaron Bonney Kits are some of the best. Wishing my pockets were deep enough to afford one when it comes time for my coupe.
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Now I'm curious, having never had the pleasure of a vic, is there any storage access to the little space in the bustle back? Pretty cars!
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Now I'm curious, having never had the pleasure of a vic, is there any storage access to the little space in the bustle back? Pretty cars!
The rear seat folds forward and there is a little storage area. I donít have the seats in yet so I have not seen how much storage there is. Maybe someone has a picture.
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My flat firewall steel-back bustle space is about 12" at the top with the seat angled forward, 14" at the bottom, 22" deep and 42" wide.
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