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Old 07-01-2010, 05:06 PM
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01 F250 Before and After Pics Continued - $15k build complete

About 3 months ago I posted the before and after pictures of the exterior work and lift. If you didn't catch how the truck looked when I got it, I have posted the link below:

2001 F250 Before and After Pics.

Since the last thread I have completed the interior restoration and have done some other miscellaneous things. The only thing left to do (this weekend) is install the inner fenders, shock clamps, in dash DVD, and do some touch up on the interior.

To date I have right at $15k invested in the entire build including the cost of the truck. Hope you enjoy the pics. It has been a fun project and couldn't be more happy with the way it turned out.

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Old 07-01-2010, 05:22 PM
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I'll tell you again, it looks great! Where did you get the seat covers?
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Looks great.
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I'll tell you again, it looks great! Where did you get the seat covers?
The seat covers are Katskins Tuscany in Black. I got them from Auto Interior's LLC - Katzkin Leather Seats . Very good customer service and they fit great.
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The seat covers are Katskins Tuscany in Black. I got them from Auto Interior's LLC - Katzkin Leather Seats . Very good customer service and they fit great.
Sweetness! You installed them yourself?
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that looks so awesome! great job!!
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wow! now that is awesome, luv ur truck dude!
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Sweetness! You installed them yourself?
No, but I really thought about it and even watched an installation video online. I have a really good interior guy that I have used on several builds. He charged me $200 to cover the seats, console lid, and repair the driver seat. At that price I couldn't beat it. It would have taken me atleast a day and and a half and $40.00 in materials to knock it out and I probably couldn't have gotten the same quality. In the end having him do it was most cost effective.
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Suweet. What an awesome transformation. Just a great looking truck. Looks like mine with a short box!!
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great looking truck and for 15k you cant beat it!
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