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05-17-2002 07:10 AM
WardellW What type of car did you put them in a street rod?
05-14-2002 11:03 PM
Halloweenking if they work tossem in but be sure to match your doorpanels and the rest of your interior or they will really look out of place and tacky. you can yuse the rears too, just build a 'bucket' around them so that they blend and flow with the car, and fit well, I used '98 lincoln seating in my car, looks great if you do a bit of work to make it match the rest of the car.
05-14-2002 08:55 PM
Seating for 49 Lincoln

I want to change the seats in my 49 Lincoln . 4 door I want to use some newer seats from a signature Lincoln Town Car because it has electric motors and better seating. The seats in mine are powered by Hydraulics which was a nightmare and thats why Lincoln changed them. Any ideas ? Am i going in the correct direction

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