Ron F Hinz ronh@owt.com
Wed, 25 Aug 2004 11:04:27 -0700

I've driven border to border in my '66 Monza and we have found the seats to
be just fine.  Maybe western butts are better than eastern butts.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: <kaczmarek@charter.net>
To: <virtualvairs@corvair.org>
Sent: Wednesday, August 25, 2004 12:29 PM

> All
> Gee, All I wanted was some info on non-Corvair Seats.....Look what kind of
mess it started!!!!!
> Well, for the benefit of all, I will collate all of my responses and
report to the group.
> For the rest of the discussion, even though I am not on the talk list
anymore, I think that is the place it needs to go.
> on another point..... Bill is a stock purist. And bravo for him, because
they are getting few and far between.
>  I agree he does a great job on factory stock restored councours class
> I appreciate a stock looking corvair. I truly do. As any purist will tell
you, it is the incarnation of the stylists of the Bill Mitchell era at the
GM Design Studio
> That doesn't mean I want to drive one every day. If you drive your vair
mostly to shows and events, or short grocery getter trips, the stock seats
do the job nicely. OTOH, don't take a 6 hour journey in those 65
buckets....and before the LM fans speak out, don't try it on a 64 bench seat
either, restored or no. You will wonder where your butt went, because you
won't be able to feel it when you arrive.
> Regards HANK
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