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Discussion in 'Hacks' started by zipper421, Dec 31, 2012.
I'm in at $200, it will fit right on my Roadster.......
off to florida more updates when i return
home from florida great trip
back on the body
all day to make one piece
what do you think
I like it very much.
Welcome back it's good to see progress somewhere.I like it ! DB
Buck Rogers eat your heart out! That is friggin awesome!!!
Its looking great man! keep on rolling....
lots of time on the english wheel and beater bag
start the front tomorrow
more pics to follow
Glad to see this build continue, it's been entertaining and informative all the way through.
Great work on the body! The new additions are super-stylish.
I'm trying very, very hard to control my covetousness and envy. You're not helping one bit.
i need a simple way to hold the seat in
do i make it one piece or two
what works best
thanks for all the comments
been thinkin about this to. wanted a cool bucket seat like in a old airplane or race car but finaly did it like this
dont know what you call the different parts but, I will add som soft stuff on top and fasten the vinyl under the "sit" part which is plywood. screwed to alu profiles connected to the body with 4 screws (use these screws to hold things on corrugated sheet on roofs, they make a pretty strong connection) easy to remove. the "back" part is riveted and I will add some soft stuff with velcro I think. how is it made on "real" hacks?
Claude's one piece just mount behind a aluminum bar bolted to the floor to interlocking with one on bottom of seat.
I also think something like a small tractor seat on a track if it could be mounted low enough would be cool also,who's going riding kids,wife dog ?
I hope this is what you were referring to. As far as the proper terminology in English it's very simple: the lower part is the ' seat cushion', or 'seat bottom' or 'bottom pad'. The rear is the ' backrest' and any pads on the sides are called 'bolsters'. Also the word 'bolsters' can apply to almost any padded areas in upholstery other than seats, like door panel bolsters, dash bolster or arm rest bolsters or side bolster etc.
I admire very much the people who have learned the English language even though they did not grow up learning it from being young children. It is surely one of the most difficult languages to learn. You speak it and write it very well!
I thought he was an American/Englishman living in Sweden :eek1
worked on the front today
wow i bet your arms are tired!!
not to bad
gota keep it moving