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Old 04-15-2013, 06:54 PM   #1
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hi everyone my name is cliff and i just bought a 72 grande 302 2bbl it has no seats in the front and i'm having trouble finding some my question is do any other fords like a maverick have bucket seats that will bolt down in this grande? i'm trying to broaden my possibilities of finding something or do you know of any after market seat retailers that arent ridiculously priced? thanks for your reply
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You could get some seats from a Torino or a maverick. Most car from the 70's should have the same basic foot print when it comes to bucket seats. Just make sure to measure before you buy to make sure they'll work. Or you could get into the retrofit business and make what ever seat you want to work with a little cutting and welding.
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thanks! i'll check that out
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I put 04 mustang seats in my 68 mustang and I took the tracks and power outta them and bolted the seats to my factory tracks and bolted them right into the car no issues at all took me about an hour out and in

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Very nice! Those would look great in my all black cabin.
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Thanks I'm going grabbed blue with black vynal look on outside and the blue black with woodgrain on th

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On the inside lol
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I have a pair of seats that need to be recovered pm me if interested
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What year are they? Do they need foam?
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They are 68 and yeah they need new foam
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I put 04 mustang seats in my 68 mustang and I took the tracks and power outta them and bolted the seats to my factory tracks and bolted them right into the car no issues at all took me about an hour out and in
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Thanks

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As far as recovering the 68 seats that'd be pretty easy
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Yeah there are many places thay sell the covers for them
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Old 05-27-2013, 01:49 PM   #13
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Yep all day long price isn't so back for them if their from tmi but newer module seat covers are outragous
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Now I wanna get some cobra seat covers from a newer moudle I like the look of these and the feel
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