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Old 02-13-2014, 10:18 PM
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I really like the look of the chrome trim pieces below the seats. Really makes them stand out.
My rear package tray and piece just above the rear seat has the vinyl peeling. You were able to have these recovered? I figure I would work the guys that are going to install my seat covers. Just curious how the recovering worked out. Your car looks great, so I assume it worked well.
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Old 02-13-2014, 10:55 PM
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Default Upholstery paint removal

Hi Nyles, Thank you. I liked the way it turned out also, and I get a lot of comments about how well the interior looks. Yes, I had them pull the vinyl off the package tray and replace it with yellow vinyl, and it worked out well. I also had them put on a embroidered '59 Tbird in the center of the package tray between the two seats. There are matching embroidered Tbirds on each seat back rest also. If you look close you will see a long winged Tbird with turquoise in it on the aluminum C pillar piece. I had those two pieces chromed and then mounted those Tbirds to the plates. Here is a pic taken before I replaced the black seat belts with the white ones encased in clear plastic. My apologies, because I have gotten this thread off track.
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