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    Imported. From Detroit. Sneke_Eyez's Avatar
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    Hmm, I'll have to look for a good clean set of those at the yard!
    I think I'm going with Chrysler 300M seats, myself. I'm quite partial to them, they're 100% power adjustable, and they're a good "wrap-around" feel that holds you in the seat just right.
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    1969 Plymouth Satellite Wagon - "ProGroceryGetter".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brads70 View Post
    This summer I spent a few hours in the local wrecking yard and found these Hyundai Tiburon seats 2001? They feel/fit great and were only $35 each! Not too heavy, manual adjustments. Leather adjustable lumbar and the bottom seat panel tilts and they recline. I took this opportunity to also move the seat further back than stock so my knee's are not wrapped around the steering column and having to drive with the sides of my feet.



    http://s651.photobucket.com/user/B_R...iburon%20seats
    What did you do for mounting brackets, made them??

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    Quote Originally Posted by manny z View Post
    What did you do for mounting brackets, made them??

    Yes I made my own. http://s651.photobucket.com/user/B_R...?sort=3&page=1

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    Scat procar , they didint cost much , also didint weigh much either and came with sliders . Just got to either buy their mounts or make them yourself . Which I did .
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