Great build! I have a couple of questions about this car.What did the seats come out of? They have a good look to them and appear to fit well. I can see in one picture that something different was done with the back seat. Can we get more information about what was done and why please? With a lot of builds deleting the back seats totally to put gas tanks in that area, there isn't a lot of pictures to look at how others deal with moving the front seats back due to firewall recess and still try to have a backseat at all.I love the look of the white walls and the white top to make the body color pop. My tudor build is going to be washington blue, and I am accessing my courage to have another white top to keep clean (already have two white cars).Thanks for the info.
Take a look at the mag again and at the top of the spec box is the owner's email. Dave should be happy to answer your questions.
Thanks, I will look again and find that. Guess that gets me for looking at the pictures first.
I can answer that seat question. The fronts are Glide Enginering frames with the springs removed and custom foam. The rear seat was fabricated out of 1/2" AC plywood with the center roll & pleated insert made to fold forward for access to storage behind seat. The rear bottom sits on a tappered riser which houses the stereo head unit with remote controls. Click on link below for pictures. Hope that helps. Roy Keith.http://roykeithclassics.com/30_Price.html
You do some real nice work Roy.
Thats one car that comes on my top 5 list, all this car will need now is better brakes like the EBC brake pads I found at http://www.buybrakes.com/ebc/