Franz wrote:Fuck Doug's ragtop.
I'll give you the RHD 62, $1.75K In green hundies, and you keep the twists and tires. You give me the bay and the intertrashinal.
...and I'll throw in a roast beef n' provolone on wheat with 3 Mountain Dews...
Hey answer my stupied tech questions and dont cock block the deal
alykat wrote:Look carefully at any fabric that is described as for " light upholstery" as that usually means drapes , pillow covers and such. Doesn't normally hold up well in automotive use. Just my two cents.
true but if it's a pattern you REALLY want it can be "backed" by a heavier material. the one guy i know who used actual Burberry plaid had it backed. been in the car for a few years and still looks good.
that link has several similar plaids that are furniture grade and should be fine for auto upholstery to.
how about some vintage plaid tweed......
http://cgi.ebay.com/Vintage-1960s-70s-P ... 27b9039c7a
the seller has several more colors/patterns at the same price also...ken....
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Sorry to keep going off track, but this will give breathing room between offers. So yes backed material can work. Also I'd lean towards the vintage tweed as I have had pretty good luck with that. Only problem was with weave and pattern consistency so that some times a clean pattern line up was hard to get.
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