'65 Seat Cover Installation

A step-by-step '65 seat cover installation

Kevin Shaw Sep 23, 2005 0 Comment(s)
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Disassembly is the first step and is usually the easiest. Save all theparts because you never know what you might be able to salvage. Removethe seat hinges, seatbacks, and frames.

Is your old vinyl or leather seat tattered or rotten? Are you tired ofrusty springs poking up and jabbing you in the butt? So are we. Classiccars are subject to the weathering of age and poor building materials,making the original seat covers outdated. The aftermarket world iswrought with new interior coverings for your buckets, but paying for aseat re-covering can be time consuming and costly, especially for thoseon a tight budget.

The nice folks at Paragon Reproductions let us document the installationof its '65 leather seat covers provided by Al Knoch Interiors. It's easyand requires only a few tools everyone should have in the garage.





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