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Old 03-16-2012, 05:20 PM
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38 Chevy 2 Dr Sedan seats

needing a set of seats. anyone have any suggestions on type of vehicle to try? looking for front buckets and a rear bench.

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You, like everyone else here, need a set of buckets that are narrow, as well as a rear seat that is narrow. The rear seat will probably need to be a rear seat out of a Chrysler mini van. The front buckets can be from any vehicle, but it depends on if you want a wide console in between the buckets.
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I am using buckets out of a scion tc
because they are narrow, very plentiful and cheap on craigslist, they have flat mounting tracks/tabs, the travel on the tracks is very long because they are 2 door cars - so it will be easy to get into the back of the car, lots of manual (non electric) adjustments
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