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replacement seat cover kits


looking for a good place to get replacement vinyl covers as close to oem as possible



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Let me know if u find somethin lookin for that too

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Any update on this? Need a replacement cover also.

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Classic Industries has a pretty good reputation.

They have given me great customer service.

https://www.classicindustries.com/shop/1967/chevrolet/impala/parts/interior-soft-goods/seat-upholstery/

For Canadian Pontiacs, the seats are the same as the Chevs



-- Edited by ABC123 on Thursday 9th of November 2017 08:41:51 AM

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I have used 'legendary Interiors'  brand on 3 cars now , very impressed with the quality. 

 



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ABC123 wrote:

Classic Industries has a pretty good reputation.

They have given me great customer service.

https://www.classicindustries.com/shop/1967/chevrolet/impala/parts/interior-soft-goods/seat-upholstery/

For Canadian Pontiacs, the seats are the same as the Chevs



-- Edited by ABC123 on Thursday 9th of November 2017 08:41:51 AM



So the pattern is the same for Chev and Pontiac in 67? I didn't realize that. In 66 it's not, our Canadian Pontiacs have unique seat covers that year. And of course, no repro available for 66 Canadian Pontiacs.

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Carl Stevenson wrote:

So the pattern is the same for Chev and Pontiac in 67? I didn't realize that. In 66 it's not, our Canadian Pontiacs have unique seat covers that year. And of course, no repro available for 66 Canadian Pontiacs.


Close but not exact. See pics. White is Pocho 2+2. Black is Impala SS. 

(Anybody know how to post full size pics from an iPhone?)

I will also be looking for two sets of parchment seat covers for '67 2+2. If our patterns are unique, would there be any savings available in a group or bulk purchase? I'd probably also be interested in a set of door panels and side panels for the convertible. From what I've read, there is a wide range in quality for door panels among manufacturers. And if I'm going with a complete interior I would want to match seat covers from the company with the best door panels.

 

Or maybe there is a third option? Crushed velvet is coming back in style.

 



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I blew them up.

Crushed velvet eh.......? Nah, not ready for that yet.....

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When I had my 69 Laurentian I went with 69 Impala vinyl covers instead of trying to source NOS material and spending a big bag of money have seat covers made. At that time nobody had Chevy Bel Air covers (which is what Laurentian used). Strato Chief in '69 was the same as Biscayne. Not sure about other years though. Now if you had a super rare Strato Chief or Laurentian with a 427 etc then you could get SMS in Oregon to make proper covers for you. They will have correct NOS material.

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PUI Interiors offer the correct seat covers door panels etc (complete interior ) for the 1967 Parisienne 2+2 ,  They are not the same as the Impala. For one thing the rear speaker in a Pontiac is pretty much rectangular. the Impala is narrower at the bottom. Also note the vertical lines in the backrest are wider and fewer.  Conntact Todd at PUI 1-502-425-3766 for more info (he will email pics) or google PUI Interiors. The bench seat Parisienne pretty much used Bonneville interiors, the Bucket seat cars with a couple of exceptions used Gran Prix

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** in 1968- 70 the Parisienne switched to  Impala interiors

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Dale, on a slightly different but not far off note, is NOS planning any Black Friday sale this year?

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Carl; thanks for your interest. The downsizing at NOS was pretty severe and we now only offer for sale the complete line of ACC products; molded carpets, floor mats, sound deadeners, trunk mats, etc. We were always ACC's  largest Canadian dealer and we will build on that. We are now on line only with Terry the only employee.

Not sure about Black Friday but will let you guys know.

Thanks for the support

Dale @ NOS



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NOS wrote:

Not sure about Black Friday but will let you guys know.

Dale @ NOS





Good, thanks.

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