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Can anyone identify these back seats?

Picked up these seats but I have no idea what they are out of. I'm thinking some full size American car, possibly a Chevelle. They are black vinyl. Does anyone recognize the pattern? They are absolutely perfect.
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they look like the one ine the back of my mustang but i could be wrong. hope this helped.
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A set of measurements and a picture of the back and bottom might help with identification... A picture with some better lighting might help also.

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Check the bottom seat springs for a metal I.D. tag twisted around one of the springs with numbers stamped on it, or a piece of paper between the springs and the seat foam. If it was built after 1981, the car has a 17 digit VIN number and you might find it on a tag or piece of paper. The 2nd digit is the manufacturer,(F for ford G for General motors) and the 10th digit is the model year. 2000 is designated as "Y" and you go back in the alphabet one letter for every year. (so 1999 is "X", etc. in 2001 it changes to numbers, so 2001 is 1 2002 is 2 etc.)

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Picked up these seats but I have no idea what they are out of. I'm thinking some full size American car, possibly a Chevelle. They are black vinyl. Does anyone recognize the pattern? They are absolutely perfect.
I checked with a girl I went to high school with, no help.
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I checked with a girl I went to high school with, no help.
I remember her. She would know more about the headliner. Had a better view of that.

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She also left her footprints on the headliner!!They were about 4 1/2 feet apart!!
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I would guess mid size GM and the pattern does not look original. Jeff
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