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1935 Fabric Seat Side Panel Trim
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glentre
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Attached photo is of my 1935 1205 passenger side seat panel. I am looking for a source for the panel trim. Is it called windlace or welting? It is the kind that is tacked on and then folded over to hide the tacks. The panel trim in the photo is worn but the driver's side is destroyed and I would like to replace both. The seats and panels are covered in what I think is called broadcloth. The interior was re-done years ago with the new fabric mounted directly over the original identical fabric. I searched the net and couldn't find any source. Would appreciate hearing from anybody who knows where I can get some of this material.

Glen

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225495_629e268a7c9a5.jpg 1936X1936 px

Posted on: 6/6 11:16
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Re: 1935 Fabric Seat Side Panel Trim
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PackardDon
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Try SMS near Portland, OR as they seem to have about everything imaginable either original or reproduction.

Posted on: 6/6 18:53
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Re: 1935 Fabric Seat Side Panel Trim
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The border is called "wire-on" and the broadcloth ought to be available at Bill Hirsch.

Posted on: 6/6 20:20
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Re: 1935 Fabric Seat Side Panel Trim
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Thanks for the suggestions on a source for this seat panel trim. I will contact both to see if they have what I am looking for.

Glen

Posted on: 6/8 19:42
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