|03-08-2003 04:02 AM|
CK this site:
Rat Rods Rule!
|03-01-2003 02:42 PM|
I've got a 65 Chevelle and I have seats from an early 90's Pontiac Grand Am. They are sweet. They have black leather and the lumbar support adjustment. They fit perfect as well.
|02-28-2003 05:54 PM|
|BOBCRMAN@aol.com||back in the seventies i ran a nova bracket car, used ford bucket seats, light and almost bolted right in, i think they were Maveric maybe Pinto, been a long time, but they fit and matched the door panels well.|
|02-28-2003 02:45 PM|
|73 Nova Guy||SSAZA, is that also true for a 73 nova, I would think so. 'Cause I know where to find a '70 chevelle.|
|02-27-2003 05:51 AM|
As far as racing style seats Sparco seems to be a popular choice in the more high end cars. As far as I know any seat can be adapted to fit. If you want to run power seats it would be a little more work but with any seat you could fab up the mounting bracket for it. So I say, find one you like at a junk yard and have fun.
|02-27-2003 02:36 AM|
|ssaza||69-72 Chevelle/442/gto.A-body GM product would be correct for 69-72 nova,|
|02-26-2003 11:38 PM|
|73 Nova Guy||I am also looking for buckets, comfortable with a harnes, racing style with driving comfort. Is this possible? I have a 73 Nova. And it may sound dumb but I wanted buckets in back, or no seats at all in back, can it easily be done, I am fairly handy at fab work.|
|02-26-2003 08:29 PM|
|Barz51||Are you looking for just passenger car seats or somthing more along the lines of racing seats?|
|02-26-2003 08:15 PM|
Which bucket seat should I use?
What bucket seat will work the best in a 72 nova?