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1962 Parisienne Front Seat Trim Question


I found three of the four chrome end trim pieces for the front seat, or so I thought. They are just like the ones on the seat from my 62 Parisienne 2 door hardtop that went into my rag. Only trouble is, the one for the lower left is missing the slot for the seat adjustment arm.

What gives? Did they make a front seat with the adjusting knob on the front? Did they use the same trim for two or three years? I don't need these, they aren't in great shape, but still would like to know why they have this one difference.

Any thoughts ?



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Probably from a power seat, maybe a cadillac or other car that had the seat switch on the armrest rather than the seat,  just a guess.



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beaumontguru wrote:

Probably from a power seat, maybe a cadillac or other car that had the seat switch on the armrest rather than the seat,  just a guess.


 Sounds reasonable. Some of my early sixties cars have had the power seat controls in the armrest, and some in the lower seat trim.



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