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Old 06-18-2004, 12:14 PM
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I am looking for one ERA traditional seat, as one of my seats needs replacing. Can anyone help in this regard?

Is anyone upgrading their old style fibreglass shelled seats to the new metal framed seats? If so, I sure could use one of the old ones.

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Old 06-18-2004, 01:07 PM
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Check the ERA back yard. They've probably got a couple laying around. Since you live 3 blocks from them you could just go over in the evening after they're closed and dumpster dive them ;-)
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PS Nice photos of the paxton job. Noticed 684 in the rear. Looks like it may have a couple of dust motes on it. Will have to get on Peter about it.
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Art ,
Being that i now have 800 miles of seat time in my car i can honestly say..........i love the new seats!!Even passengers will comment on the comfort of them.Make the plunge and buy 2 new seats!!

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Old 06-18-2004, 03:50 PM
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Don:
Nope, none available. I checked the dumpster!

You car is probably not going to get worked on until the Paxton job moves out in my opinion. Good news is that the Paxton is pretty much finished. Just upholstery and the dash and then its done from what I can see. Even the battery is already in it.


Sal:

I would get the new seats but all that are available are spoken for. ERA is hot to get cars completed for their new car customers and every seat in the joint is taken. I can live with my broken seat as it is now. It is not bad. I do really like the new seats alot. They allow you to sit deeper and provide some under the upper leg support that the older seats did not have. You kind of sink into the new seats which is nice.

In any case, keep your ears and eyes open for an ERA traditional seat amigos.
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