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Looking for a couple seats for my 32 Ford Coupe and came across some that Speedway Motors sell. Has anyone purchased a set of these. How good is the quality. I am not building a show car but I still want them to be nice. The item number is 910-1400 in their catalog. I have purchased lots of items from Speedway, some good and some junk. Any info would be a great help.

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I looked at them also, building a '32 Victoria and needed seats that fold forward. Unfortunately when I called Speedway about 6 months ago the salesman said that were not available w/o the vinyl upholstery.....which I can't use. I settled on a couple of '92 Honda Civic seats which I will cut the backs down and w/o the head rest (of course) when my upholstery guy does a stock looking pleated mohair type material. They have built in seat belts also and the best part they were $75 for the pair.
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You can also buy those seats without upholstery and have them done any way you want. They are only $20 cheaper without the seat covers, so I guess that tells you how good the seat covers are. The upside to those seats is they are a small size that you will need for your '32.

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