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Interior Q&A, photos etc! Stuff for the interior! Seats, dashes, flooring, door panels... you name it!!!

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Old 12-23-2011, 07:24 PM
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Serious!!!! That is wicked, I can hear some AC/DC blasting in the background...LOL Nice work!!



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Here is the dash in my '38 Packard no ther interior yet as it is still in the build stage
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Old 12-23-2011, 10:31 PM
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Serious!!!! That is wicked, I can hear some AC/DC blasting in the background...LOL Nice work!!
Thanx bro!! We decided it needed something kind of over the top
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Old 12-25-2011, 05:53 PM
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I guess my interior qualifies as "Green"... I didn't mean for it to be that way, it just kinda happened.
First, for the floor mats, I wanted something tough, industrial, and easy to yank out and clean when needed. I stumbled upon a place called iron company <www.ironcompany.com> that makes rubber diamond plate from recycled tires...perfect... durable, industrial looking, and comes in different thicknesses, I chose the 1/8 thickness for ease of laying it in, and cutting it to fit...
Then, as I was looking at the inside of the doors, I knew that since henry Ford never used window seals and the water is supposed to just run through the doors and out the drain holes in the bottom, and I live in a place that rains on average 75-100 inches a year, using wood-based stuff, like Masonite, wasn't gonna cut it. So, off to Home Depot I went. I found, for 22 bucks a sheet, 4'x8' sheets of 100% recycled PVC, use in shower enclosure walls...it has a texture similar to a basket ball on it, and with 2 sheets, a new blade for my jigsaw, and some template paper and plastic paint, I made the door and quarter panels.
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Old 12-26-2011, 10:27 PM
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Hey 26 Tudor, good looking interior. I am using that floor material in the COE I'm building. And the PVC material is great for door panels, headliners, etc. It can be heated with a heat gun and molded into shape.....like a headliner. Pretty easy. Your interior looks clean and neat.

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DMW, I so dig the his n hers shifter in the Malibu
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Old 01-07-2012, 09:38 PM
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This is the seat in my Gremlin, covered it myself about 8 years ago....so it's starting to show its age. It's black vinyl and cookie monster hide.


The rest of the interior is stock.

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This is my 47 dodge. It has been decaying for about 60 years now. Have you ever heard the term, "Rotting from the inside out"?
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Old 01-16-2012, 02:50 PM
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Thought I would throw in some pics of my various interiors. Pretty much all stock though... First one is my '65 F100. There's tape everywhere because it gets cold here and I was tired of drafts. Second is a crappy picture of the '63 Rambler with an unmounted bench seat. Third is my '73 XJ6, with the coolest, cockpit-like interior. Fourth is my current project, the '49 Coronet. Missing half the floor and with supports welded in. And lastly, a friend's '50 F1. Truck has a Supercharged 327, with countless mods.
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Old 01-20-2012, 07:41 PM
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the dash in our 39 chevy.
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