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07-08-2009 01:19 PM
Easier way

Yeah I know. I don't have the middle seat from the driver's right cheek to the passenger's left cheek. It's a hole. lol

I was just hoping to get a little help to streamline the learning curve.
07-07-2009 04:05 PM
DanTwoLakes You only need one good side to copy the old seat cover, the rest is just dimensions.
07-06-2009 07:50 AM
1952 chevy coupe front bench seat pattern

So I'm getting close to recovering/repadding my original 52 seat. I would use the existing cover as a pattern/template, however the squirrel that was living in the car used it as a nest. So not only is the seat in shreds, but it smells like nuts. Hey...I have to have a sense of humor since he stored all of his old nuts under my valve cover!!

Anyway...anybody have the dimensions or any soft files that could help. I figured I would cut off the remaining fabric and try to peice it all together after it's laid out as a back up.

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