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I have been corresponding with Doug, the owner of SMS Interiors. To make a long story short I asked why his company only offers a substitute and not the original 56 Fury material for the seat inserts. At least 3 time I bought several  yards of the original 56 Fury material from SMS but as of about 10+ years ago they switched to something that looks similar without the gold strands,----new fabric wears better but it is not what came in the cars from the factory. ( original with gold metal strands was beautiful, but did not wear well BACK WHEN WE WERE DRIVING THE CARS EVERYDAY.) Doug, told me he has not seen the old original material that they used to sell 10+ years ago. My one Fury has the original material which was bought from SMS. It is an exact duplicate of the factory material.
   Doug asked me if I could get him a small piece of the original factory or original SMS 56 Fury material like they used to sell, and then he could see if they could duplicate it.
   Do any of you guys know where I can get a SMALL piece of this original factory or original  old SMS material?
It has tiny gold super thin metal strands running all through the material. If he is willing to duplicate it for us it will keep our 56 Fury's AACA correct----please help me to get a small piece to him for duplications. Look under your seat for extra material, some times it is just folded under. This is a great opportunity for us 56 Fury owners -----please let's try to give Doug the small piece of original gold strand material  he asked for, so he can try to duplicate it for us.
E mail me if you have any questions.
    Thanks guys, 
Ron Allyn Swartley

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