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    Finished a re-do of a 50s vintage seat

    Had a little fun with this one:








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    Nice job! Kirby

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    awesomely done.

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    Great work. Looks pretty comfortable!!!

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    thanks!

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    Yeah man! great job!
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    The double pan saddles are great because you can do a pretty decent job restoring them. I redid the double pan on my 1950 Columbia. The stitch-up "leather bag" type construction is a much tougher nut to crack.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SirMike1983 View Post
    The double pan saddles are great because you can do a pretty decent job restoring them. I redid the double pan on my 1950 Columbia.
    Let's see it!

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