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In this video, DIY-DVD's Phil shows you how to renovate the entire Morris Minor interior with focus on the front seat's back ...
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How to Fix the Morris Minor Front Seat's Back Part 12/12
All right I just finished tying out the last of the bits of string. There’s a bit of coat end at the inside and I’ve looped around the string and pulled it really tight and now that is coming on the sides in to keep the shape up. So we’ve got big ears sticking out front still and pushing it a bit more but we’re still going to tighten out the bottom first entering on the frame which we will do now.
Well hopefully, we see something that about—that we need to go. Check them out if bars are sticking into your—oh it’s not the right detail of but I’ve cut this out, and the plastic cover goes on and it’s allowed the material to spread around the shape of it.
Put the zip back in. I believe I probably will, could have done a bit of the job up here. And there you see the Velcro. The Velcro would have been a probably good idea because you could have just stitched through it, larger than – it at the time.
At the end, toss it back underneath. That’s your bag – but we’re not quite finish there yet. And you can get the bars go… It’s nice when you’re balancing some of it on film. And there like so… There’s probably a million of better ways of doing this, it might as well. And now I got it doing now is, and that will go from the back, we’re going tie out together underneath of the shoe lace. So I’ll get another one through. I might start on it and then we’ll come back and then show it in time but hopefully we’ll get it bit tight around the bits and pieces we found.
I’ll start off then plain stitch up, I'm going to do it. So I'm going to balance through there and spread the load, front and the back, waste it out, hold it as tight as a day at the mining and that’s pretty much done and there we go. A little bit banky in a couple of places like the other one unfortunately, that sown to my template kind and troubled by the stiffness in the material but I think when it gets cooked, it gets hot and in the car with all the heat running, I probably down to manhandle it down a bit because it feels like a whole of them just sit down a bit further. Well is that gap and a bit more because in the other seat, but you can’t see that. That goes right underneath so it must been a warmer day. Well okay, it’s not perfect but it certainly does for ten, there’s a lot of material on there off the base worth the work. So now , we’ll going to do the seat base. Grab it, stick it on the bench and we’ll chop it up.