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Old 03-03-2008, 10:43 AM
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Does anyone know what type power seats you could use in a 1956 ford club sedan.

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The sky's the limit on that thing. Just measure across and then start hitting the junkyards doing some measuring. Your biggst hurdle is to make sure that the rails on the new seats don't interfere with anything underneath. You don't want to have to work around a tucked up exhaust or other lines or anything. Your car is probably going to look better with a full, big set of buckets rather than racing buckets or something like older Camaro seats. Those would probably look too small in it.

I did a 50 Merc last year, and took the seats out of a Dodge Dynasty. In the Dodge, the seats were basically a split bench with dual armrests in the center. I spread them out, and put a console in betwee. They became independent buckets that looked nice and proportional in the car. No headrest, either, to make it low profile and more nostalgic looking.
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My son got a set of pontiac ..90's i think full power with a control panel on the console.. they have an air compressor under the seat for lumbar, side support etc...the upholstery was bad so they were free.... He used to work for an upholstery supplier so he said recovering them would be easy...
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