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1968 Corvette seats

Here's a source for new leather (and vinyl) Corvette seat covers: Al Knoch Interiors. CLICK HERE These seats are out of a '68 'Vette. They are as close to original as is humanly possible. They are very nice quality seat covers and they come with the installation kit and the clips and wires already installed. Some of the clips were out of position, and had to be moved to go together correctly.
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They do have excellent quality parts. We've been using their parts for years on previous Vette restorations. In the mid 90's, we basicly purchased the entire interior for a '63 vette roadster including i believe the transparent floor mats and i think the soft top too. Very impressed.

PS - The early C3 "bumper cars" (68-72) were the prettiest vetts made IMO. Of course the new C6s have pretty similar styling que's. =)
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