Discussion in 'Builds and Fabricators Forum' started by Johns1967CJ5, Dec 11, 2013.
Man I've been kicked to the basement
John, your cj5 is inspirational. I look forward to seeing what you do with the pickup too!
Just got my original CJ seats back from upholster. Nice job
Ooooooooohhhhhhhhhh!!!!!!! Those look great
Wow nice build great looking jeep another wet windy afternoon spent reading 53 pages of a build .glad the pickup thread is not as long or I would have a permanent crick in my neck from being bent over reading.
That's some good work, right there.
I like this build.
Back in the sunshine with the original seats back in
Now what to do with my aftermarket seats hmmmm
Shmexy!!! Looks amazing
Wow that is nice!! Makes me want to recover my stock seats. Right now I have black Gorilla tape to cover the rips and blend in with the black seat
That's a classic look John, well done!
X2!! Hey John, what’s that little lever behind your gearshift between the tank and the toolbox compartment?
PTO for winch
Gotcha, should have known that. Looks great John!
Soooo nice! Especially considering the condition it was in. Theres hope for mine yet!
John, I have a question for you.
I just got the original front seats from my '67 reupholstered, and I'm happy to say that they turned out very similarly to yours.
My question is about your back seat. Was it reupholstered to match its original pattern?
I don't have an original period rear seat for my '67. However, I do have a rear seat from a later CJ that I plan to have reupholstered to match the original late '60's rear seat pattern as closely as possible.
If the reupholstered patterning on yours is true to the original upholstery pattern, these photos of yours are probably the best example I have to work from.
Thanks very much, John!
Yes. He matched everything to my original seat upholstery. He even measured the width of the pleats to get it right
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