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67 Canadian Pontiac 2+2 Strato bucket seats for sale.


Out of a 67 Canadian 2+2. 

67-68 side button, metal back, no headrest style.

Good builders. Frames and guts not rotten with rust.

SOLD

 

 

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Pull the backs off and check for a line sheet. Maybe they were from a Nicely optioned car?

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I'll do that!



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Opened the drivers seatback, and sure enough,

I think the illegible code to the right is T58 or 59.

Cool!

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In the passenger seat back was this newer Service parts tag. 9794324. comes up as a transmission inspection plate. Must have slipped or have been put in. Maybe Carl can decode this tag.

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Very cool, thanks for posting pics. Drivers side seat back seems to be a common place they put them in buckets.

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1967 Impala convert. 283, glide. Parked in the garage since 74 and hasn't moved. Soon to be BB 4speed.

 

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Man I wish I had a use for those seats - it would mean I have a '67 2+2 (which I don't).  Love the upholstery colour too!  One of my favourite sixties colours.

Sorry, just dreaming a little...



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The tag decodes out as a pretty ordinary powerglide 2+2 Ragtop.

Tint, HD suspension, Fender skirts (yes skirts on a 2+2) and a Rally cluster make it kind of neat.

But agreed, the look of the interior when new would have been beautiful!



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MC wrote:

Love the upholstery colour too!  One of my favourite sixties colours.


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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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Well would you look at that, skirts even!

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Pontiacanada wrote:
MC wrote:

Love the upholstery colour too!  One of my favourite sixties colours.


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 You lucky dog!  wink



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Your seats look in good shape too Darryl!



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You mention that the side button was used on 66 to 68.  I'm not sure about 68 but I don't believe they used a locking button at all in 66. At least I don't have any in my 66 Grande

Yeah I know.  Seems weird now. Safety was not much of a priority yet in 66.  By 67 things were quite a bit better with dual master cylinders, four way flashers, collapsible steering columns and optional(!) shoulder harnesses and disc brakes)

I guess the emphasis in 66 was more on the side of added dash (Ie horsepower) than a padded dash (safety).

 

 



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ken from northern Alberta

38 Willys pickup electric

39 Buick (327 with 700 r4)

66 Beaumont 4 door hardtop

69 Chevy CST pickup

1976 GMC 23'  motorhome

1994 Impala SS (temporary, according to my wife)



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You're right Ken. Side button was 67-68. 

I can't help but hear your avatar telling me so while seeing you leaning on that pillar. 

Humbled.

 



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66 Grande guy wrote:

  By 67 things were quite a bit better with dual master cylinders, four way flashers, collapsible steering columns and optional(!) shoulder harnesses and disc brakes)

 


 My "loaded" (LOL) 66 Strato Chief has the factory installed 4 way flashers on the option tag. Funny, my car has an option your Grande Parisienne doesn't. That would be the only one!



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cdnpont wrote:

Your seats look in good shape too Darryl!


 Just needs carpet and the lower door panel carpet replaced (which I have from Dale @ NOS).



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4SPEED427 wrote:
66 Grande guy wrote:

  By 67 things were quite a bit better with dual master cylinders, four way flashers, collapsible steering columns and optional(!) shoulder harnesses and disc brakes)

 


 My "loaded" (LOL) 66 Strato Chief has the factory installed 4 way flashers on the option tag. Funny, my car has an option your Grande Parisienne doesn't. That would be the only one!


 That's kind of funny.  I guess my car was owned by someone who had access to a dealer.  I believe it was actually owned by the wife of the owner of Enerson motors in Lethbridge because it had a few dealer installed options when I got it. One was a kneeknocker tach as mine didn't have the factory one and the other was the four way flashers.  I pulled both of those off when I did the car as I wanted to use factory stuff.  I now understand that the the four ways flasher was also a factory option that year so I may get around to plugging them back in the system yet. Or I might use them on the Beaumont. I think it would be the same setup.



-- Edited by 66 Grande guy on Wednesday 29th of January 2020 11:28:45 AM



-- Edited by 66 Grande guy on Wednesday 29th of January 2020 02:52:37 PM

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38 Willys pickup electric

39 Buick (327 with 700 r4)

66 Beaumont 4 door hardtop

69 Chevy CST pickup

1976 GMC 23'  motorhome

1994 Impala SS (temporary, according to my wife)



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cdnpont wrote:

You're right Ken. Side button was 67-68. 

I can't help but hear your avatar telling me so while seeing you leaning on that pillar. 

Humbled.

 


 Hmm that pic may be making look a little too cocky. I may have to put a more humble avatar on.



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ken from northern Alberta

38 Willys pickup electric

39 Buick (327 with 700 r4)

66 Beaumont 4 door hardtop

69 Chevy CST pickup

1976 GMC 23'  motorhome

1994 Impala SS (temporary, according to my wife)



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Seats are sold.

I liked the old avatar Ken!



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