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post #1 of 19 (permalink) Old Jan 12th, 20, 8:08 PM Thread Starter
 
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Does anyone have any idea what year and model this rear seat is out of ?Click image for larger version

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Re: Rear seat

when I bought the rear seat from a 67 skylark the bottoms hand the angle on the outside edge like the pic. what's the width of it? jim

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Take pictures showing the back side of the frames and measure the side to side dimentions and we can likely tell you exactly what it is.

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Re: Rear seat

The picture won't load or view here for me but I'm a hundred percent positive it's not from an El Camino.

Sorry, I couldn't help myself there. Its Monday.

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The picture won't load or view here for me but I'm a hundred percent positive it's not from an El Camino.

Sorry, I couldn't help myself there. Its Monday.

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LOL, I will add in, that if it is a GM seat, we can rule out Corvettes and Fieros as well.

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I will try to upload photo again.
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Re: Rear seat

Measure the length of the seat cushion.
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Re: Rear seat

From the general shape, I would say yes it is from an a body of some sort.

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A fast glance says 1968 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme. Could have also been used in a Baltimore-built in Chevelle Concours coupe.

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The seat measures 52 1/2
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here are the pics of the springs and it measures 52 1\2
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52.5" means it's a narrow/armrest back seat from a 64-67 Buick or olds a-body

Will physically fit in a chevelle if you used the correct armrest / filler panels but factory Chevelle covers won't fit it.

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Thanks Rambo
In was in the 72 chevelle project I bought. I will be looking for a 72 seat and try to sell this one do you know if they go for any money.
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Re: Rear seat

I sold a set out of a 67 skylark for a 100 bucks a couple years ago. I forgot to grab the armrest fillers. Guy needed a back seat for a chevelle and my set was the only thing he could find locally.
Now I'm trying to get rid of correct rear seats for a chevelle and all I hear are crickets. so it's probably a location thing. jim

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A fast glance says 1968 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme.
Agreed. Also note the narrow armrests in this pic.

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