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Covered my seat today..

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I grabbed some extra leather today and decided to cover my seat. My seats foam wasn't as good as I originally thought it was but I gave it a whirl anyway. Not too bad, much better than it was I'd say. I also finished making my wanna be hood t-bolts. They aren't exact but they are better than bolts. I'm going to the Colchester Ct tractor show this weekend and I wanted the tractor do look a little better while my son rides it around. I'll start a total restore very soon. [IMG]http://i187.photobucket.com/albums/x201/flyinaceman/Photo09291853_1.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i187.photobucket.com/albums/x201/flyinaceman/Photo09291902.jpg[/IMG]

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