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Old 05-17-2006, 12:08 PM
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I am researching the kinds of bench seats that will work in my 1939 Ford Tudor Sedan. I have a set of mid-60's T-bird buckets in it now and I want to go back to a near original bench seat. Thanks for your ideas.
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I can't think of any stock split bench seats off of the top of my head as I used T-bird buckets in mine when I had it. I am sure some of the present 39-40 owners will be able to help you. Here are some links to aftermarket seats. They aren't inexpensive though.

Glide Engineering has three different custom split backs for your ride.

http://www.glideeng.com/

Wise Guys has them as well.

http://www.wiseguys-seats.com/catalog_frame_foam.html

Tea's Design as well:

http://www.teasdesign.com/catalog/
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The other option is to measure the car up. Probably around 50-54 inches wide will work, then hit the late model wrecking yards with tape measure in hand.With a little finagling and a mig welder, mounting bracket can be made to order for just about any seat out there as long as the doner seat starts off at the right hieght or a little lower then you like . Too high isn't doable.
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