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billy 12-23-2011 07:24 PM



flatgreyG 12-23-2011 10:14 PM

Serious!!!! That is wicked, I can hear some AC/DC blasting in the background...LOL Nice work!!


Originally Posted by LUCKY DEVIL 13 (Post 255368)
Here is the dash in my '38 Packard no ther interior yet as it is still in the build stage

LUCKY DEVIL 13 12-23-2011 10:31 PM


Originally Posted by flatgreyG (Post 255768)
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 :)

26Tudor 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.

shakey56 12-26-2011 10:27 PM

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.[cl[cl


the reverend muddy grimes 01-01-2012 07:51 PM

DMW, I so dig the his n hers shifter in the Malibu

hotrodbill 01-07-2012 09:38 PM

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.

hotrodbill 01-07-2012 09:41 PM

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"?

SapperJoe 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.

harley rider 01-20-2012 07:41 PM

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the dash in our 39 chevy.

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