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Thanks for the tips Bama! Pretty straight forward.
If i did it correctly, I attached a photo of the luggage removed.
I can certainly understand the frustration of there being a lack of storage. Especially with the tailgate making it more difficult to access areas of the trunk. One thing that could be done, if you did like the luggage look, would maybe be to create a couple more pieces of luggage further back, possibly over the rear wheel wells. Another thing i have done is make the bench seat so that it flips up, giving the owner access to a storage area underneath. Enough room to have a show bag, maybe put trophies or plaques.
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Thanks for the additional photo of the 'luggage' compartment, JB~
Hello Bama Nomad. Im dropping a link to the 1955 Nomad Interior. The interior was built at Interiors by Shannon in Alexander City, AL. JB did work for me for a short time. He is using photos from my shop as advertisement for his new shop with out permission. I will not bother you with the details....