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Old 04-26-2014, 11:28 PM
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Creating the seat...

Anyone have tools to create this? Or know a shop who can help?

I want to update the seat on the 67 I just bought.

I am thinking of getting a seat from the junkyard for the the frame.
So I can work on it and still drive until it's finished.

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I want to do my seat like this.
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Either look around for some scrap metal or it would be off to a shop that does sheet metal.
But you should be able to find enough metal around a wrecking yard to made something work. or buy that one off of who ever owns that one.
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kind of like a rat rod style. if you need a shop to build that Call Steve @ Industrial Chassis. he is in the Phoenix area
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kind of like a rat rod style. if you need a shop to build that Call Steve @ Industrial Chassis. he is in the Phoenix area
I may need someone. Thanks for the recommendation.
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Ok, I just re-read this... I may need to be a little clearer based on Garbz comment.

I want a seat like this... Click the image to open in full size.

I think I can find someone to create the upholstery, but I need to get the metal work done.... I am very much interested in NOT scalding myself on a metal seat in Arizona.

But it would seriously be the rat rod style if I didn't do any padding on the seat Bill...
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