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Old 02-20-2007, 07:21 PM
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85 IRoc partial resto

Does anybody no of any magazines websites anything where i could find the material or new seats That say camaro on the seats its the black and silver seats and i hear they are rare and i need to find a set

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Im not sure what type of seats your refering too but i just restored a 83 z28 and i would reccomend you try going to thirdgen.org they are all about third gen camaros and firebirds and i read much useful information there. They also have a classified section where you may find what your looking for. I used the seats out of a '92 and theyre grey and say camaro,you may wanna look there?

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If you don't turn up anything there you can have Jax Seat covers restore the seats you have. They did some custom stuff on my wife's T-Type. These seats were out of a 98 GMC Jimmy and I had the re-covered to look like the factory Buick GN style seats.

They could do the "camaro" logo and match the factory material.

www.jaxseatcover.com

They are just north of Chicago in Milwalkie WI. I took her entire car up there and they did front/rear seats and trunk inteior in one week. (headliner and door panels too!

Hope that helps, Scott~
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Just a word of advice from the perspective of somebody who's spent money on an 80's project:

That car is pretty common and can be purchased pretty low-buck in original low-mile good condition. Make sure you don't spend a ton on trying to restore it. Just my opinion!

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Moving to interior..maybe some of those guys have a better idea..

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You better expand your options. There are lots more available if you'll be patient enough to look through online catalogs.

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