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most pieces I ever put in one seat

ooooooooooo my gosh...... what was I thinking when I took this seat in to do....... dan has probably done one but for me, like most things I have done in upholstery, this was a first....... well..... this one was 2 for me..... it was my first and last !!!!!!! this thing had at best count, 125 individual pieces to cut and sew back together..... its been "boat season" for sure as I have had plenty of boat stuff to do..... pontoon boat seats, deck boat, an entire pleasure boat, bullet boat seats and even golf cart seats...... I hate boats...... lmao.... just kiddin.... I did get a couple of ford truck seats and a set of 68-69 chevelle seats...... and even did a maroon seat for a chevy truck with a customer requested black, rounded inserts...... should have taken pics after reading all the questions about doing a rounded corner inserts in seats....... caught up for the moment and I'm FINALLY getting to work on my chevelle again...... been having my diesel dually painted and true fire airbrushed on it by the same guy who did my chevelle........ it looks AWESOME !!!!! posted some pics over in the paint and body section....... anyway..... heres a few pics, hope you guys enjoy......... Thank you.......... Eddie, Knoxville, tn
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