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Re: 1937 115c touring, Upholstery
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Larry Reber
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I have some insights and other findings that I'll get sorted and post.

Posted on: 10/22 23:40
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Re: 1937 115c touring, Upholstery
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Larry Reber
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Finished installing the door panels (X4), rear side panels , rear seat and window trim.

While doing this wori I've replaced all the rubber gaskets ( Steele Rubber products).

I purchased replacement veyt / quarter windows glass as 2 of mine were cracked and one of the others had severe delamination.
( The Glass Man w/DOT cert)

I still need to do some adjustments on the center post windlace.

Make replacement kick panels.

Finish thre front seat.

Finish the edges of a front carpet that
will be installed inplace of the 50% missing rubber mat that was in the car.

I'm also waiting on the headliner and wireon moulding.

This is a picture of the drivers side from yesteray right after I finished the install.

This is a link to a video of the rear area. (the wrinkle issue on the drivers side rear door has been corrected)

https://www.facebook.com/1338459675/videos/862325591426911/

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jpg  Drivers side Doors 1.jpg (4,662.93 KB)
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Posted on: 10/24 11:55
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Re: 1937 115c touring, Upholstery
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humanpotatohybrid
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Wow, looks like you stole it right off the production line!

Posted on: 10/24 13:14
'55 400. Needs aesthetic parts put back on, and electrical system sorted.
'55 Clipper Deluxe. Engine is stuck-ish.
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Re: 1937 115c touring, Upholstery
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Larry Reber
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Thanks.. My friend Linda and I have never done anything like this.
Its been a learning curve,, Like straight up Mt Everest :)

Posted on: 10/24 13:20
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