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Liking your build thread so far, just not the 70 part, ha.....
I know that isn't for everybody, I will get into my reasons why I decided to go that way as a post more updates.Liking your build thread so far, just not the 70 part, ha.....
Reading your comment reminded me that when I purchased the car I did not think they were either. The other seat was disassembled to the springs and had a partial build sheet attached that indicated 1970 Pontiac. I started looking into pictures of 1970 Pontiac seat frames and these are in fact A-body seats. Just the poorly done covers, no plastics, and headrest removed make them look odd. I have since stripped the seats down and had them blasted and painted, more on that later.Welcome to the site and good luck with the project. It may not matter but those buckets are not Chevelle seats or A body seats. Not sure what they are from but pattern reminds me of Mopar seats, maybe 80s or 90s
Thanks for checking out my build thread. Yes it is in fact a factory AC car, and I did get the "suitcase" with it. I was initially excited about that and intended to use it, I have changed directions and have a Vintage air on order. I do like Cragars, unfortunately this one is a 14" and pretty crusty. My shop was a dream come true after many years and was a restoration project in itself if you will. I rebuilt it from an old shed that was destroyed by a tornado. if you are interested in that I have a thread over at the Garage Journal about it. https://www.garagejournal.com/forum/threads/the-someday-never-comes-farmstead-and-buildings.450244/. I am way behind on updates on it, but as I post to this thread you will see the inside of the shop improve.That was a good buy for you.
I saw right off the plusses it has. Floors looked good and the seats yes but looks like a factory AC car as well?
It cleaned up well...
We all know why you bought it... it was for that one wheel on the right rear that Craiger mag!
Kidding of course..
Envious of you shop... what a dream creating space!... That 57 wagon looks very pretty!
Looking forward to seeing your work and build!
Thanks! I dig your Chevelle and Vette too. I have a '57 Chevy 150 Gasser that I drag race, and hope for my Chevelle to be a quick street car like yours!Cool project and welcome to Team Chevelle!
Nice shop too!!
I definitely got lucky when I found this one.I can't believe how nice the floor and rockers are.....wow......
It is a KC car.Good progress up to this point. I'm suprised you have the intermediate wire loom tabs on the floor. Mine had none of those.
Must be a KC car. Mines a Cali car.