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Seat foam in body. Seat fowm.

Usually when we do upholstery some portion of the job is facilitated by by seats and foam from manufacturers like Glide Engineering that we simply have to cover with the customers choice of fabric or leather. In this case the custom upholstery is complete, right down to custom built seat frames. Everything is made from scratch. The only thing we didn't do is shoot the cow that provided the leather.

Seat back template (1) Seat back template (2)

The seat backs will have map pockets which are first formed in heavy card board for patterns.

Front view of finished seats.

Well, we did have to purchase one pair seat adjusters from Wise Guys Seating and Accessories, but that's all, we swear!

Map pockets for seat backs. back of seat.

Here are the completed seat backs.

Seat adjusters from Wise Guys Custom seat bracket.

Jean-Noel finishes rag top. Convertible top finished in blue.

Jean-Noel also redid the stock canvas top in blue to match the paint scheme of the roadster.

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