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Stock 66 Malibu pan that had a bench seat, now with bucket seat
mounts from 66 SS welded in.

13" wide x 15" long
Picture of passenger side, bolt used in outside rear.
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Well I finally found one pair of tracks on the Olds site that a member is selling me. I should have them in hand Monday

On the other hand, I had found another set. After a price was given, I wasn't able to PM him back right away. I received an e-mail from him saying that he was looking on EBay and saw what they were going for, so instead of selling the pair to me, he is going to list them on EBay instead. Pretty ****ty if you ask me.
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wow what a jerk. that is the thing with the internet these day. in the old days your word or a hand shake meant something.
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There were guys like that in the old days too.
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wow what a jerk. that is the thing with the internet these day. in the old days your word or a hand shake meant something.
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There were guys like that in the old days too.
There were people like that yesterday, but today it is worse, at least from what I see out of people. I like to think that I am a person of my word. If I say that I will sell you something for a certain price, it will be sold for, or negotiated to a price that both are comfortable with. The last thing I would do is to find that I could sell it for more, then ***** in a person dinner plate. To me, treating a person fairly means more than any amount of money.
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I always price check before I ask for a given amount.
Helps to be a good business person to have your pricing figured out BEFORE you try to sell.
I Like to try and ask more than I want and will always come down on the price, unless it isn't worth much. Then whatever it fetches works.
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I always price check before I ask for a given amount.
Helps to be a good business person to have your pricing figured out BEFORE you try to sell.
I Like to try and ask more than I want and will always come down on the price, unless it isn't worth much. Then whatever it fetches works.
It's not that he listed it on Ebay. What pisses me is the fact that we had a price. But after I was given a price, because I did not get right back with him that instant, he looked on Ebay and saw what others sell for, and figured he would back out on the deal and list it on Ebay instead.

Like I said....doing that is pretty Shi**y in my book!!!
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[QUOTE=Kevin45;2213018]There were people like that yesterday, but today it is worse, at least from what I see out of people. .................."


I totally agree with that. Life isn't all about money, but most people now days think it is.
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It's not that he listed it on Ebay. What pisses me is the fact that we had a price. But after I was given a price, because I did not get right back with him that instant, he looked on Ebay and saw what others sell for, and figured he would back out on the deal and list it on Ebay instead.

Like I said....doing that is pretty Shi**y in my book!!!
I totally agree. I was eluding to that , but nonetheless I agree. It was a real Crappy thing to do.
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Brian.....the distance between the studs on the top picture I show is 14 3/4" the holes in the floor on the outboard side are 14 3/4".

The bolt hole spread on the bucket seat itself is 12 3/4" from bolt hole to bolt hole centerline.
I'm such a jerk, I forgot all about this. The distance between the bolts on the floor are 14 3/4" but I can't measure the one to the seat without removing it, sorry.

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Hollander 34th

Hollander said 1964 Oldsmobile (does not say Cutlas) seat track

manual bucket driver 279, 280
pass 281, 282

279 bucket seat manual 4866823 driver L. Buick 62, Buick 63-64 exc. Riviera, Olds 62-64, Pontiac 62-64

280 bucket seat 4854318 driver R. Buick 62, manual or electric, Buick 63-64, manual or electric 2 way exc. Riviera, Cadillac 62-64, 2 way electric, Olds 62-64, manual or 2 way electric, Pontiac 62-64, manual

281 bucket seat 4401729 pass. L. Buick 62, manual, Buick 63-64, manual exc. Riviera, Cadillac 63-64, 2 way electric, Olds 62-64, manual, Pontiac 62-64, manual

282 bucket seat, manual 4401730 pass. R. Buick 63-64 exc. Riviera, Olds 63-64, Pontiac 63-64, note:#278 fits.

278 bucket seat, manual 4401730 pass. R. Buick 62, Olds 62, Pontiac 62,

Hollander said 1964 Oldsmobile F85 (does not say Cutlas) seat track

manual bucket driver 39,40
pass. 40,41

39 manual 7628330 L. Buick special 64-66 w/bench seat, Buick special 64-65 driver L. w/bucket seat, Chevelle 64-66 w/bench seat exc. El Camino, Chevelle 64-65 driver L. w/bucket seat exc. El Camino, Olds F85 64-66 w/bench seat, Olds F85 64-65 driver L. w/bucket seat, Tempest 64 w/bench seat, Tempest 64-65 driver L. w/bucket seat

40 bucket seat manual 4417896 pass. L., driver R. Buick special 64-65, Chevelle 64-65 exc. El Camino, Olds F85 64-65, Tempest 64-65, note #38 fits

38 bench seat manual 4411994 R. Buick special 64-66, Chevelle 64-66 exc. El Camino, Olds F85 64-66, Tempest 64-66

41 bucket seat manual 4417897 pass. R. Buick special 64, Chevelle 64-65 exc. El Camino, Olds F85 64, Tempest 64-65
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