Re: Modern Buckets Seats in a '62-'65
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Re: Modern Buckets Seats in a '62-'65



On Fri, Aug 11, 2017 at 5:17 PM, <62-65-mail-list-club@ornocar.org> wrote:

How modern? :)

Seems I remember there were some 1990's Chrysler convertibles that had bucket seats people used in earlier B-body
cars.  One added advantage was that these seats had built in seat belt mechanisms. Later years Chrysler convertibles
may have a similar configuration, I don't know.

You're probably talking about Sebring seats.  This page describes what you need to do:
http://corvairkid.com/sebring.htm

'96 to '98 seats are the ones to look for.  You'll also need to get the wiring and the control module inside the console.  I still see them pretty frequently in junkyards around St. Louis.

-- Tony  brummett@xxxxxxxxx
'64 Dodge 440
'65 Dart wagon

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