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1956 Nomad seats 1956 Nomad seats

All things considered the upholstery on Mr. Blackmore's Nomad wasn't nearly as bad as some we've seen, but he decided to have it re-done anyway.

Randy and Mr. Blackmore discuss options

Randy and Mr. Blackmore go over how to re-skin the seats. In the end he wants it to look just like the original pattern with a few minor cosmetic changes.

Glide Engineering replacement seats. Glide seats with stock Nomad trim

One of those changes includes Glide Engineering seats. The original trim pieces will be used.

Glide Seats with custom upholstery

Another change is the substitution of leather rather than the original cloth and vynl.

Seat foam Custom door panel.

upholstery The door panels get leather, too. upholstery

DynaMat insulation Leather over rear wheel well.

In addition to the LizardSkin insulation, a layer of DynaMat will add further noise and heat resistence.

Custom leather dash Dynamat insulation.

Don't forget the leather dash. Or the sound system components hidden under the rear seats.

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