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Old 08-08-2005, 02:55 PM
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Camaro Seat frames

Hello to all,
I searched the archives, but didn't find the answer I was looking for - not at least without some questions.
I have a 1980 camaro that had huge amounts of rust - the floor pans a little bit, but the seat frames and fasteners to the point that they are shot. I need to get a new set of seat frame / rails / "feet" that bolt to the floor. It seems that the only thing I find is used for $150 a set on eBay.
Any other ideas / sources / aftermarket that you have found to work? Any other models (other than trans am) that may interchange?

Thanks in advance for your help (again)


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The 80 era Trans Am and Camero tracks are unique to the floor pan. The seat cushion frames are the same as the sport model grand prix's if I recall correctly. But that still does you no good. The seats at the time were Inland Fisher Guide again if memory serves me right and used similar components to build up other model seats, but the floor mounts were body floor pan specific. Lear I believe started making the seats in the 82 model and the parts will alittle more broadly used but the risers were still unique. All this being said if you want the correct tracks and risers (the parts that mount to the floor) you need to get the OEM parts as the risers are welded to the tracks or fab up the interface.

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