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01-26-2009 02:05 PM
Ed's_Auto_Upholstery Front: 4.5 tune springs w/ 2 8in. hydraulic rams, reinforced up lower control arm. Back: 3.25 tune springs w/ 2 12in hydraulic rams
and i am running 8 group 31 batteries, 2 pumps with 5,000 psi lines.

And hear is the roadster:
01-25-2009 09:57 PM
Scotto Thats a nice looking Caprice there Ed, and a good standing 3 wheel picture as well. What kind of suspension setup does it have?
01-25-2009 07:25 PM
Ed's_Auto_Upholstery Yes, hear is a 67 caprice w/ a 283. all i have to finish is the pant. (hop you can see them)

And I'll put up pix of a 32 ford Roadster i did, as soon as i can.
01-25-2009 06:45 PM

Hey Ed,
welcome since you are new. The rules are a little hard to get used to, but hang out here giving free advice and your abilities and experience will come through and soon you'll have guys contacting you.

How about some pics and discussion on a recent job?

Yes, headliners can be a bear as I recently did my first one. It's far from perfect as I have a few wrinkles, but the glue is long dry. Still, I may need to rip it apart to put the shoulder belt in when I figure out a good 3 point one I want to put into my 69 Chevelle.

I'll also be looking for advice on a 58 Chevy Apache truck headliner. Something to keep it cooler and quieter than bare metal.

Welcome again!
01-25-2009 09:17 AM
Ed's_Auto_Upholstery Yes, thats what i am offering.

Some headliners can be hell
01-25-2009 04:32 AM
OneMoreTime Ed..we allow the technical discussion of doing interiors in the forum..but no advertising..

01-25-2009 03:45 AM
New to the internet old to the trade

if there is anyone out there that needs help with there upholstery or needs it done i may be able to help. I have been in the business for 36 years and grew up building hot rods, and low riders. I am jest getting into the hole online/Forum thing, but hear is my web site:


(still under construction)
The phone # would be the best way to get ahold of me

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