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Post Info TOPIC: Had the seats redone for my 61


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Had the seats redone for my 61


Just got the seats back that will be going into my custom 61 2dr Sedan. All the panels are next on the list sometime in the new year.

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Looking sweet and i love the black 61 in the back ground.



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Very nice,love the color combo

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Looking good!

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Cool! Who did them?

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Cool! Who did them?


 A guy named Alan at RELICS in Mission, B.C. He did an amazing job not only on the seat covers but rebuilding the seats as well. I am 5'10" and I was looking through the steering wheel because the driver side was so shot on the front seat. 



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Its a really nice look. Should be nice when installed.


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Nice seat work. I thought about getting mine done before I put them in, but I'm way too cheap. Think I'll dig out the old cow seat cover that's been in a bag for fifteen years. My wife made it for a 66 Olds 98 convert I had years ago. Should be about the right size for a 62 Parisienne :)

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