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Need Help Identifying Buckets (if you don't mind)


Just picked these up this morning. These are what I traded a mish-mash of 62 Parisienne chrome trim and generic hubcaps for.

Thought it would be easier to sell a pair of seats than lots of 62 side trim, etc. Hard to sell Canadian Pontiac parts without divine intervention. I'm sure we all know that !

Anyway, here's some pics of the seats and the original tag, which is still on the right seat. Any help would be appreciated.

Says Pontiac Olds Buckit, but I thought these fit Impala as well. Not sure of the year. Look kind of 64 ish to me.

I won't put all 15 pictures in, it would be bucket seat overload, for sure.

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-- Edited by Carl Stevenson on Monday 23rd of March 2015 03:31:09 PM

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65 Custom Sport, possibly others as well.



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1965CS wrote:

65 Custom Sport, possibly others as well.


 Thank you sir.



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Same seat, but different vinyl pattern than a '64 CS.

 



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'64 Parisienne CS "barn find" - last on the road in '86 ... Owner Protection Plan booklet, original paint, original near-mint aqua interior, original aqua GM floor mats, original 283, factory posi, and original rust.

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62-65 GM B & C bodies, but be careful because the seat foams are not always the same. For example 63 Parisiennes & 63Impalas use different foams

 

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NOS wrote:

62-65 GM B & C bodies, but be careful because the seat foams are not always the same. For example 63 Parisiennes & 63Impalas use different foams

 

Dale @ NOS       a poncho supporter


 Thanks Dale. I've updated my new ad somewhat.

I didn't post them on this site because they're way too heavy to ship. Has to be someone in the Metro Vancouver area. If they're actively looking, they'll find them.



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There is a slight difference between 65 SS and 65 CS. It's in the handle to adjust the seat. 65 SS are horizontal, 65 CS are vertical.

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Looks like these seats may be going. Yesterday morning a fellow called me

who has been to the house a number of times over the last fifteen years or so.

Says he'll take the seats. We plan to get together over the next week or so.
A good thing, if it works. Easier than trying to sell all those 62 Parisienne parts

that went in the trade.I still have lots of 62 stuff yet to liquidate.

Thanks for all the help, fellas.



-- Edited by HonestDave on Wednesday 25th of March 2015 09:14:42 AM

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