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1940 Ford Tudor Build Thread

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by on 02-14-2017 at 05:41 PM (1727 Views)
Quote Originally Posted by 53 Chevy5 View Post
Good grief, the awsome looks of that motor just trumped my W motor's looks hard core
The W motors definitely have a cool look too though!

One night this past weekend, I cleaned and vacuumed out the 40. I sat in one of my later model bucket seats to get an idea if they're going to work. I think they will work with a riser under them. These are power and heated, so they should help with long rides. Eventually they will need recovered. This is the worst of the 3 I have. Of course, the back seat isn't going to work with what I have planned. So I'm going to have to research the best way to build a back seat. I was thinking a fiberglass base covered in foam etc, but I'm thinking that is too much work for what I plan to do.
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