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02-13-2012 10:46 AM
DanTwoLakes I'm sure he's talking about building the seat from scratch, and the upholstery chapters in the scratch built hot rod e-book won't help him with that. There's a lot more information in the interior section of this forum about making panels and seats than is in the e-book, all he has to do is do a search.

There's a reason why you don't use drywall compound and Masonite for panels in a car interior. The reason is there are better, easier, less expensive, and less time consuming ways to do things. That's why people who do upholstery for a living don't do it that way.

Here is a thread about a scratch built t-bucket seat: CLICK HERE
02-13-2012 06:20 AM
Originally Posted by RON MAGEE
I Am Rebuilding A T-bucket And I Was Hoping I Could See Someone Build Seats And Interior.
Check out Chapters 13, 15-17, HERE.
02-13-2012 02:55 AM
T-bucket Interior

This is great idea to create a T-bucket interior. When I build I used a 4/2'' and 3" stuff and 3" foam. It seems more convenient and useful.Here are some more information on this.********************************************* ******************************************
02-12-2012 07:59 AM
bucket int

ron, when i did my seat i used 3/4" plywood and cut two holes and webbed in 2" stuff and put on 2" of stiff foam.. for the sides i used 1/8" paneling to make patterns and gave them to the int guy. i glued the int to the panels and screwed that to the wooding.. nice and neat and ain't goin anywhere....
02-12-2012 01:04 AM
T-bucket Interior

I Am Rebuilding A T-bucket And I Was Hoping I Could See Someone Build Seats And Interior.

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