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07-21-2002 09:00 PM
Halloweenking Jim, I as well as many others have done our own interiors, but as for books or videos I can't help you, but you could look at the RBBO website. Roy, our founder has pictures and some advice on how he did his. If you need any other help feel free to e-mail or message me, will be happy to walk you through it.

<a href="http://www.royshotrodgarage.com" target="_blank">www.royshotrodgarage.com</a>

HK
07-21-2002 07:45 PM
Jim Weeks
Do it yourself info on Upholstery??

I have completed my 1930 Model A except for the upholstery. I have nothing on the inside except a seat and carpet on the floor. Does anyone know where I can purchase a good book, video tape, supplies, special tools, that would enable me to do this work myself? This will be my first attempt at upholstery so I will need some detailed instructions.

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