Project Pictorial: Making Bomber Seats and Frames

Making Bomber Seats and Frames
Making Bomber Seats and Frames
 

Our editorial staff stumbled upon an interesting bomber seat project pictorial posted in a Facebook Group by one Owen Jeancart.

Owen is an auto body fabricator, custom painter, and co-owner of Rosetown Color & Collision, an auto body shop in Rosetown, Saskatchewan.

We became familiar with Owen through another one of his build projects, a 1929 Ford Model A Sedan called Red Baron…

“I build the visions my mind creates. Sometimes it challenges my skill level but it always seems to find a way to make it happen. It’s all the little details that make each build challenging and rewarding.”

Owen Jeancart

This Project Pictorial focuses on details from another of Owen’s builds, the “Warhawk” a 1931 Model A, inspired by WWII Curtiss P-40 Fighter Plane…

Making Bomber Seats and Frames

The following was posted in an oft frequented Facebook Group called Primer & Rust, Rats & Rods by Owen. It was offered up as a ‘Pictorial’ with no commentary. The bomber seats are crafted from .063 aluminum sheet.

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