Would anyone have made patterns of a 1927 model t coupe interior. I'm more than happy, to purchase them. My car has nothing inside to start with, except the seat.
Unless you are really broke, this is one thing that you should buy the available kit. You cannot make this up yourself for enough less than the kit price to be worth the savings. The finished quality AND THE CORRECTNESS of the materials will greatly affect the car's future value.
I have not yet bought and used an interior kit, but I have looked at a lot of cars with them, and they look nice. I hear Classtique recommended a lot. There are others also. Many model T parts suppliers can provide kits as well, but you would need to ask them who made it.
That is my opinion, and I am a cheapskate.
Drive carefully, and enjoy, W2
What Wayne said. JMHO, Dave
Well, I am just CHEAP! To prove it, I can make the computer type this: ¢¢ ! And I agree with Wayne, the price of material to hobbyists is too close to the price of a finished kit, and I heartily recommend Classtiques! Most all, if not all, the "usual suspects" sell kits made by "the other guy" and they just aren't as correct! I have made interiors for a number of cars (not Model Ts) and I have installed more kits than the average guy (even did a Carter's kit, I've been around that long)--at least a dozen installs; and I would definitely go for a kit.