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seat fabric

Does anyone know where I can find the plad 70's fabric for the seats on a 76 anacona metallic.
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Old 04-13-2003, 12:30 PM
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has anyone tried going back to the plaid? should i try to go back to the plaid or redo it in black vinyl? (its dirty non original cloth right now)
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Hmm... dunno about that, have you checked the local kilt shoppe?




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I don't think the original material is available anywhere.

For something that can work, try local fabric shops. Use any pattern you like, as long as it will hold up to the sun...

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i would see if some german pelicans could source out correct material. all the german cmc diecast models i buy for the kids (well, me really) sport plad(sp) , hounds tooth or tweed fabric.
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I remember rich, the 918S "alien" project owner recently ordered some rare 928 fabric from a place in the UK I think... maybe this thread will help you....

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did you have to bring up that pattern again, my head just stopped spinning from the last time.
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It's a wild pattern, isn't it? Fits perfect with the car. I figure if they can get ahold of that rare of an insert the plaid should be no problem.... could be wrong though.
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