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a rear seat on 47 bus coupe is not really a seat, its a piece of wood with some leather over it. My question is how would you convert that into a seat, could you take it out, fix the rust, put in some new seats or just a new interior job on it.
I know i have had a history of being dumb and asking dumb questions, but this one is serious.


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OK, this is what I have been told, but I am not 100% sure I am right. A business coupe was exactly that, it was for business. Traveling salesmen and such. I have a 47 Plymouth Bus. Coupe at the shop with the same set up. To do a back seat, yyou need to get your trusty Stanley tape measure and find out the dimentions. They you're on a trip to the salvage yard.
 

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For a seat?


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i have a 40 plymouth bus. coupe. i also am installing a rear seat. the seats from a 95 olds cutlass fit both front and rear. its possible that these might also work in your car.
 

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takes gun out of desk, loads it, insterts it in mouth...pulls BOOM!!!! <img src="graemlins/crash.gif" border="0" alt="[crash]" /> I cant take this anymore!
yes you can find used seats in a junkyard!
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Madd is correct the bus. coupe it a 2 seater. the back was for briefcases,ect. Its your car and if you want a back seat in you need to measure and drill. Good luck, I think custom work is the most rewarding my self, be creative and have fun
 
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