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seat covers by mousemeat
Started on: 07-14-2018 01:20 AM
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Last post by: JJFieroFan on 07-25-2018 07:56 AM
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Report this Post07-14-2018 01:20 AM Click Here to See the Profile for mousemeatClick Here to Email mousemeatSend a Private Message to mousemeatEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Anyone have a source for finding seat covers ? I have a '87 GT..which I would love to dress up with some seat covers
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Mr Mikes at mrmikes.com are the premier covers. (actually replaces the current cloth skins) but they are pricey.

I have sunfire seats in mine until I can repair the original seats and I covered them with $40.00 Hudson covers from autozone. I did have to take out the seats to fit them properly and used double sided tape on the seat to keep the covers from slipping.
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Russ88TTops makes great form fitting seat covers in a variety of colours and fabrics. I have a set in my car and no one has ever noticed that they are seat covers and not new seats. He has a listing in the mall here on Pennocks
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Originally posted by JMTUT:

Mr Mikes at mrmikes.com are the premier covers. (actually replaces the current cloth skins) but they are pricey.

I have sunfire seats in mine until I can repair the original seats and I covered them with $40.00 Hudson covers from autozone. I did have to take out the seats to fit them properly and used double sided tape on the seat to keep the covers from slipping.


i love that glove box. How did you do it?

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Originally posted by wftb:

Russ88TTops makes great form fitting seat covers in a variety of colours and fabrics. I have a set in my car and no one has ever noticed that they are seat covers and not new seats. He has a listing in the mall here on Pennocks



like what I saw from them....I need to look them up...and give them some of my hard earned moola........
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Report this Post07-15-2018 01:14 AM Click Here to See the Profile for JMTUTClick Here to Email JMTUTSend a Private Message to JMTUTEdit/Delete MessageReply w/QuoteDirect Link to This Post
Longjohn,

I built the glove box from flooring material for rigidity (Pergo) Routed the corners and covered in polar vinyl. The door is the same material with several layers of paint. I wanted a flat front so the latch is magnetic push-to-close. It is a prototype for the custom dash and console I'm planning.
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Check your pms.
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Oops double post

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