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    Good job! You can also use PowerPoint to compress your photos, then "save as" back into your file.

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    Those look very nice!
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    Thanks again for all the help and comments. Scooting, I have the seats temporarily wired so that I can adjust them for best fit position. Wasn't as bad as I expected. And the doors do close!

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    Deuce, I think that I would paint those lower side panels to match the interior color as close as possible, and they will tend to "disappear" a lot more than being charcoal gray. Totally your call, but that's the way I'd run with it. They are good looking seats.
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    Yes, I will probably make a wrap around piece that will go all the way down to the carpet that can be covered with upholstery fabric. Thanks

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