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04-16-2006 01:38 PM
george freeman thanks guys for the info, george
04-12-2006 08:06 PM
hotroddr
interior

I did my 55 Chev with a kit from EzBoy Rod Interiors. I did a tweed headliner- t got lots of positive comments. FWIW Bill
04-12-2006 12:14 PM
creativeinteriors I use these guys alot. Original Auto Interiors 800 318 1760.

They handle buy outs of OEM materials and have had materials all the way back to early 50's.

I would call them and see if they can help.

One thing to remember is your materials have been in the sun for a while and replacing material as a panel does not assure you a match.
04-11-2006 01:32 PM
home brew
'55 Chev Bel Air - Looking for upholstering

Welcome to the site George. Lots of info and opinions here. You could post a free wanted ad in the Classifieds at eh top of the page )in red letters). As well you might try Ebay and Hemmings.

Classic Chevy has them:

http://www.classicchevy.com/dept.asp...id=214&level=1

Good luck with your project.
04-11-2006 12:49 PM
george freeman
'55 Chev Bel Air - Looking for upholstering

I have a rip in my front seat and can't seem to find a web site where I can purchase material/covers to match original. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

George

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