<VV> bucket seat springs

Danny Davis dannydavis at clearwire.net
Sun Jul 7 01:37:16 EDT 2013

When someone is parting out a Corvair, I suggest to anyone interested to
get the passenger seat.  It's the same structure so the parts can be
harvested to fix a worn out drivers seat.
I'd say a passenger seat gets about 20% or less of the use.


On Sat, Jul 6, 2013 at 11:12 AM, Cliff Tibbitts <cliff at tibweb.com> wrote:

> Anybody here ever rebuild their Corvair bucket seats?  I am convinced our
> seats must have something in common with other GM seats of that era.  I
> have
> done some research and narrowed it down to the 62-65 Chevy II/Nova and at
> least the 64 Impala, maybe others.  I have checked with three on-line
> vendors, Original Parts Group, Year One and Classic Industries.  Of the
> three, only Classic Industries even lists the spring set and they are
> "temporarily out of stock."
> Just wondering if any of you have rebuilt your seats, including replacing
> the spring set and what did you use?  Any help appreciated.  Also, does
> anyone here know if the spring set was the same from 61-66?  Thanks,
> Cliff Tibbitts
> Lexington, KY
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