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1967 pontiac parisienne 2+2 seats $700 obo sold


front buckets and rear bench from convertable im thinking the same as h/tIMG_20220926_152825717.jpgIMG_20220116_094422655.jpgIMG_20220116_094535305 (2).jpg



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1967 pontiac grande parisienne 2+2 seats $700


FYI , the bucket seats ( except the tracks) are also correct for Beaumont/Chevelle . If you advertise them as 67 Chevelle locally they will sell in a heartbeat



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yes i think impala also .I thought i'd give the pont. guys first dibs lol




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Howmac wrote:

FYI , the seats ( except the tracks) are also correct for Beaumont/Chevelle . If you advertise them as 67 Chevelle locally they will sell in a heartbeat


 The buckets probably but the 67 chevelle rear seat does not have the drop section in the middle.



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I was just checking out the seat pattern on the upholstery and I noticed something interesting. The Grande Parisienne seats and pattern are the same as the U.S. Bonneville, except where there are pleats on the U.S seat, it is smooth on the Canadian seats, and vise-versa. The seat medallions are on the pleats in Canada, on the smooth in the U.S.  Check out the picture   link: http://www.oldcarbrochures.com/static/NA/Pontiac/1967%20Pontiac/1967%20Pontiac%20Full%20Line%20Brochure-01/1967%20Pontiac%20Full%20Line-10-11.jpg

 

 

The Grande Parisienne used a slightly modified Bonneville pattern on the seats, and Chevrolet Caprice door panels (though Parchment was not offered on the Caprice).  

The Canadian Parisienne 2+2 also shared the same seats & seat upholstery with the Grande Parisienne, but used Bonneville door panels. The Parisienne also used the Bonneville door panels.

 



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murdle wrote:

yes i think impala also .I thought i'd give the pont. guys first dibs lol



 

Doesn't look right for a Impala, .....something different



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These seats, like stated, while close to the Impala SS, have different pleating and button shape. I think that pattern is unique to the 67 Parisienne and 2+2. But not the Grande.



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murdle wrote:

yes i think impala also .I thought i'd give the pont. guys first dibs lol



 

Doesn't look right for a Impala, .....something different


 B Body Bucket seat cores interchange with A body , but the seat upholstery pattern varies of course . Here is a pic of the 69 Bucket cores from an Impala that are going into a Chevelle 

 



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Howmac wrote:
LT1Caddy wrote:
murdle wrote:

yes i think impala also .I thought i'd give the pont. guys first dibs lol



 

Doesn't look right for a Impala, .....something different


 B Body Bucket seat cores interchange with A body , but the seat upholstery pattern varies of course . Here is a pic of the 69 Bucket cores from an Impala that are going into a Chevelle 

 

Well, my upholstery guy tells me that A & B body seats are the same. I have a pair of Strato buckets for sale for 6 months and had 3-4 Chevelle guys call and I tell them they are from a full size Chev and "They won't fit, they are wider"!

Lot of BS floating around on the net..

 



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Yes , most A body Chevelle guys probably have not heard of the Hollander Interchange book either . The buckets are exactly the same, same part # too ( its the tracks that differ ) . Years ago I had a pair of 67 Parisienne buckets from a car i was parting out . Tried selling them on B Body web sites with little interest . Changed the ad to A Body Chevelle sites , and I had a bidding war for them . They ended up going to the USA , and shipping was not cheap either .

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all intresting stuff. I've seen some seats without medalions maybe not reinstalled after reupholster.I do believe to be original seats 67 2+2



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