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recovering seats is alot easier than youd think. you need good hog ring pliers--a box of 100 hog rings--and because of the age--66--you should count on new foam--Ive been doing seats for many years-- its NOT rocket science--take your time--if the frames are rusted and you can see this before tearing them apart--just tip them over and LOOK--count on metal treating them and painting the frames and doing repairs if needed--ITS NOT HARD--some times it takes two men to pull the new matterial around the frames--but you can do this--Bucket seats are alittle harder than bench seats--If your frames turn out to be real bad--I have both front and back seats in a 66 Coronet Id sell you--also need recovering like yours do.
The only thing about recovering is the time waiting for them from legendary. I ordered a complete interior from from them during the last Carlisle show and just gotten covers yesterday although the other stuff came earlier. I am in no hurry as I am still doing body work. BTW it is a 66 coronet
The rep told me it would be several months before I would receive them so they were up front about that.
have you checked "THE PADOCK"-also good interior stuff--all the best to you--sending you encouragement pictures--my 66 Coronet 500 convertible--426 Hemi--TKO-600--5-speed overdrive stick--does 140 in 3rd gear with 4th and 5th still to go--22 to 26 mpg @ 80--