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01-17-2012 07:07 AM
mknittle "Not much unless you are trying to buy one." LOL isn't that the truth!
01-16-2012 03:01 PM
Chopt 48 Not much unless you are trying to buy one. I've got a nice spare one that I took to a swap meet and didn't get an offer on. Any offer would have taken it to a new home.

If the truck has a stock height cab the stock seat when redone right is the most comfortable one you can have in there though. It might not have the "Bubba" factor that a newer seat has but your butt and back will like it a lot better than most of the replacements that guys stick in these trucks.
01-16-2012 02:39 PM
51' chevy pickup truck seat question

Does anyone know what a stock bench seat for the 51 is worth or where I can find that out?

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