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COLDWATER, ONT

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Looking for a pair of older style low back seats for my Prefect. Pretty small in there, so not too big.

Thanks,

Jeff



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PRINCE EDWARD COUNTY, ONT

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Probably the perfect seat for your application would be buckets from a 50s Morris Minor but good luck on that one. I used the Procar 1400, they are only 17" wide and really comfortable. I don't think you find anything narrower then that.

www.summitracing.com/int/parts/sca-80-1400-51l/overview/

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seats.jpgseat.jpgbrand new rear seats out of a van, grey leather, @ 38" high, and 32" and 23" wide... $120 pr. or b.o.



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COLDWATER, ONT

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Far to wide, and too modern for my application, thanks though!

 

A pair of these will probably work!...

 

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Does Princess Auto have small upholstered tractor type seats?

 

Yes....

https://www.princessauto.com/en/b/all-seasons/seasonal/rural/tractor/seats/N-1otzmlv



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I just noticed a pair on Facebook Marketplace that look a lot like what you are after.
The add says 18 widex22tallx20 long . I don't know how to link but maybe they are close
to what you need. Ed



-- Edited by flatblack55delivery on Friday 9th of August 2019 08:22:14 PM

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Jeff66 wrote:

Far to wide, and too modern for my application, thanks though!

 

A pair of these will probably work!...

 

seats.jpg


 bingo, i have a pair of them i am pretty sure at the warehouse,  chevelle buckets with mounting brackets.  let you know in the morning if i recollect right.  mom always said, 1 picture is worth a 1000 words, lmao



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Not mine. These might work

www.kijiji.ca/v-view-details.html

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Bass boat seats? Fold down backs, flat bottom for rails or sliders not to big, not real expensive, about 50.00 ea. new. Grey ones from Bass Pro and/or Cabelas, blue one is Princess Auto.Boat seat-1.jpg8235269.jpg



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shag766 wrote:
Jeff66 wrote:

Far to wide, and too modern for my application, thanks though!

 

A pair of these will probably work!...

 

seats.jpg


 bingo, i have a pair of them i am pretty sure at the warehouse,  chevelle buckets with mounting brackets.  let you know in the morning if i recollect right.  mom always said, 1 picture is worth a 1000 words, lmao


 no, they are gone. when i was looking for a good pair for the 70 i ended up with 2 pair somehow. the meat inspector was chirpping about some stuff in the warehouse that shouldn't be around and my manager sold them off with a couple of other things, sorry i forgot that part.  but thanks for that pic, when i asked him where they were it seems he forgot my end of the money. 



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the meat inspector....wife?

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Don't tell him Shag ,^ that is just too funny as is. Ed

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flatblack55delivery wrote:

Don't tell him Shag ,^ that is just too funny as is. Ed


 sh!t disturber,  lmao



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69SS454 wrote:

the meat inspector....wife?


 i am sure ed is referring to i have a wholesale meat business in belleville with a gov inspector.

   trust me i wish....my wife?, but no. my wife passed 19yrs ago come this november.  where. t. f.  did that go



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im using a set of  a100 dodge van seats 



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Hi jeff
I sent you pics of the mustang seats .
Just wandering if you recieved them or if your interested
If you are send me a reply.
Im out of the country for the month of September
Phil

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Did not get them. Can u send again? with sizes? email is ftp.jeff@mac.com

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Just send them again
Keep me advised
Phil

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COLDWATER, ONT

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Thanks Phil... Got em. I measured a pair out at Burls Creek. They are too wide for the car. Thanks anyway.


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Hey bud, try the wrecking yards for a pre-'80 Econoline, preferably a base model/cargo van. My Dad had one and the base model seats were small, about 2"  narrower than Mustang style buckets - this I know because  I have buckets in the Falcon. I added a pic I found online, it looks wide but trust me, they're not.1973 to 1979 Econoline seat.jpg



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