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Paul’s Getting Serious

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Paul really seems serious about finishing his jeep! Below he shares photos and updates:

All sidewall and top upholstery panels have been installed so I began cutting foam for the front seats.

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Still waiting on the carpet for the rear wheel well tops, the rear floor and the front seat footwell areas.

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Here you’re looking at the rear window panel and the left rear wheel well. I think the gray fabric and the stainless steel look pretty good together.

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I’m looking forward to getting the seats upholstered. The gray and blue seat colors should add a bit of color to the interior.

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Front seats reinstalled, the foam is rough cut and the combination of thick foam for the bottom and thin foam for the back will allow enough room for me to reach all of the controls and still see out the windshield. The side windows are another matter. I should have Sumo-sized my Willys.

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5 Comments on “Paul’s Getting Serious

  1. Alaska Paul

    I delivered the driver’s seat, fabric and foam to the upholstery wizards today so they can cut, fit and sew the seat pads. I’m excited that I should have a finished seat soon. If everyone’s happy with the design the passenger seat is next and then it’s time to fit the marine carpet.

  2. mmdeilers Post author

    I don’t know if I’m happy with that passenger seat or not. I will need to plant my seat in it to offer a proper ‘butt-n-back’ opinion.

  3. Alaska Paul

    Dave, send me a cheek mold and I’ll have the wizards carve the foam to fit your … ah … impression.

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