Sun, 22 Aug 2004 21:25:51 -0400
Don't know why you don't want to start a thread on seats, it is always
something I am interested in and it is Corvair related.
One of the best thing I ever did to my car was install modern seats.
Mine are from a '95 Grand Am , have lumbar adjustment on the driver side
and only cost me thirty bucks for the pair. To prepare them for
installation, I took them to the local coin operated car wash, gave them
a good bath, then took the bases off so they could be painted. It only
took a couple of new holes in the floor to get them bolted in.
However, a word to the wise, if you have a two door, make sure your new
seats came from a two door. Otherwise, it can make it awkward to get in
the back seat if your seats came from a four door. Don't ask me how I
Hank Kaczmarek wrote:
>Don't really want to start a thread on seats, so off list responses please,
>and I will report to the group in one post what I have learned, and what I
>Decided that the money to put into LM seats (buns, new covers) to get them
>right, and still not have any lateral back or neck support isn't worth it
>Looked at Kent's setup, which IMO would be optimal, but a bit rich for my
>blood right now. I think Kent got done what he did at a better than average
>Any successes or non successes retofitting newer design seats into an LM would