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06-04-2012 10:20 AM
1937MoPar Schlock that looks awesome! I hope my seat comes out half as nice as yours!

Could you email me more pictures please?
My email is steel36frankenstein@hotmail.com. What did you do for a seat frame? Could you please send me pictures of the seat frame and how you mounted to? Thanks!!
06-01-2012 07:55 PM
schlock rod Here are some pics of a Dodge van seat that I converted for a '32 five-window coupe. It doesn't take much to get the right look.

Schlock Rod
06-01-2012 08:14 AM
timothale
recycled sofa

My son got a free leather sofa from Craigs list. He wanted the worn barn find look on his 22 Dodge lakester, the good ones have leather on the backside, enough of the right patina he wanted.
06-01-2012 12:48 AM
1937MoPar Just bought a second row seat out of a late 1990's Plymouth Voyager from the bone yard for $30, and it fits like a glove! Now I just need to get it covered in leather to make it look old.
05-31-2012 04:31 PM
DanTwoLakes Sorry, you can't post your phone number or e-mail address in the tech forums with the intention of buying or selling anything. You can post your item in the classified section, or send the the guy a private message.
05-31-2012 04:21 PM
slightlygreased
36 chevy p/u bench seat

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Originally Posted by 1937MoPar
I have a 1937 Chevy truck and I need a bench seat. Going to the yard this week to browse. I heard a sunfire rear seat will fit like a glove, and that I can have it upolstered in leather. Anyone have any ideas or advice?
Thanks guys!!

i have a 36 chevy seat bench that im selling its original piece,you can call me at *** *** **** joe
02-26-2012 09:05 PM
DanTwoLakes The verdict is that no modern full size truck seat will fit, they are too wide. Look at Ford Ranger, Chevy S-10, and Dodge Dakota seats, or the rear seat from any Chrysler mini van.
02-26-2012 08:54 PM
scramble96
Seat Verdict?

So what was the final verdict for the bench seat? I have the original sear from my '37 GMC, but am considering changing to something more modern for more comfort, hopefully!
01-08-2012 03:42 PM
DanTwoLakes No problem,and no harm done. Welcome to the site.
01-08-2012 11:36 AM
Sully D Thanks for the guidance, DanTwoLakes. Sorry for the breach in forum etiquette. I'm a noob and learning how to navigate & post.
01-07-2012 02:33 PM
DanTwoLakes Sorry, you can't post a classified ad in the tech forums. You can send a PM (private message) to the user name who's looking for the seat, or put an ad in the classified section of this site.
01-07-2012 02:10 PM
Sully D I am selling my 37 Chevy bench seat. Not sure if you still need it, as I see this is an old thread.
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09-26-2011 08:35 PM
willowbilly3
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Originally Posted by DanTwoLakes
No rear seat is going to do what you want. Those rear seats in smaller newer cars sit very low, and you won't have any way to adjust the seat or tip it forward. You really need a seat that has a base and is self supporting like the seat willowbilly recommended.
I have a couple sets from Aerostars and they have a heavy frame, seatbelts already installed and both sizes will fold flat so you'd have access to the area behind the seat.
09-26-2011 07:22 PM
DanTwoLakes Exactly. The newer rear seats are flimsy and once out of the car can't stand on their own.
09-26-2011 03:45 PM
kristkustoms Not to mention modern production cars rear seats have no framework whatsoever. Most of them are a 1/4" steel rod form with seat foam molded on around it. The seat foam is molded to fit the humps and bumps of the floor, so the seat foam essentially lays on top of the floor, the floor of the car is the framework... The seat back may have some framework, but when removed from the car, it won't have much support on its own.
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