67 Cuda bucket seats?

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Best A-body cuda ever?

Poll closed Oct 10, 2012.
  1. 66

    3.9%
  2. 67

    22.5%
  3. 68

    44.1%
  4. 65

    2.0%
  5. 69

    30.4%
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  1. ariffle

    ariffle Fish Shouldn't Rust

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    Hay all!
    THis is my first post ever. My son and I are restoring a 67 Cuda fastback and are looking for front bucket seats and the center console.
    If no seats are available, are there any after market seats that would fit?
    I'd rather have the ones that go in this car if at all possible.
    Thanks all in advance. by the way, I'm located in Wa. state.
     
  2. Oklacarcollecto

    Oklacarcollecto Life is an experiment

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    I think you left out 64, 65 and 69 on your poll.
     
  3. 65 Dartman

    65 Dartman FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    66 seats are basically the same as 67s with a different upholstery pattern.
     
  4. Robbie2734

    Robbie2734 Lambcharger

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    I picked these up from Toothless Jack, at his Junque Emporium. Not kidding, he called me and wanted to know if I was interested in them. He said they came from a Ford van, I have no idea what year or model. I love them!
     

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  5. SGBARRACUDA

    SGBARRACUDA ROY FABO Gold Member

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    I have a pair of 67 Barracuda bucket seats. But I'm not interested in shipping. Know someone vacationing here in Fl. that could pick them up for you? I guess I need to mention these have real good seat tracks.
     
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    The seats aren't so hard to find. Good tracks for them aren't as easy to find.
    Reproduction tracks are available.
    Alternative seats from a car of about the same size, like Lebaron/Sebring will fit but the tracks and their heigth is always an issue.
     
  7. 1969383S

    1969383S FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    I have a set of 67 buckets without tracks need covers but foam is good and all trim is there. PM for more info.
     
  8. 6pk2goDemon

    6pk2goDemon Mopar Mod Staff Member FABO Gold Member

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    This has to be the most creative 1st post I've ever seen.....:toothy10:
     
  9. Bulldozer

    Bulldozer free ice cream sandwiches

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    lol :cheers:
     
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    Wheels Well-Known Member

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    Hi and welcome to Fabo , glad to see another barracuda being fixed instead of being parted out and or going to the junk yard , I have 3 of them a 65 - 67 - 68 vert. I voted 68 in the pole but I love them all 64 to 69 and the 70 to 74s.
    Don't get sucked in to buying some ones ripped up old seats for $300.00
    or more here, it will cost you a lot to ship them and 3 to 400.00 dollars for new covers and then fees to pay someone to put the covers on. Your seats could run you up to a thounsand dollars. If you are a purist and have lots of cash to
    invest in your car then by all means go original at any cost. I bought a nice set of leather buckets from a farmer down the road, no shipping fees LOL (burgandy to match my interior for my 67 fast back) Paid $75.00 for them real leather no holes good tracks, very nice seats, two of the track mount holes even lined up, they are from an early 1970s ford. Most Pony cars are close in size. Cheers and good building.
     
  11. winstoninwisc

    winstoninwisc Taint easy livin free,season ticket ona 1wayride

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    pm me i have your pattern in black or 66 in red red could use redoing pm me i"ll send you pics tomorro but there is a guy here some wheres that has some nice high backs if rediong mine low back but match you want some to redo in lowback for you cause shipping 200.00 already used but nice pair 400.00
     
  12. cudascott

    cudascott Now I have a Hemi

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    I bought a 67 fastback parts car for the interior. It was pretty clean and the seats had a maroon center section sewed in. The car was a console and the seller told me he had an offer of $1000 for the seats and console so I upped the offer and bought it. These have the headrests also (sweet). Going into my 68 which will be painted mettalic candy apple crimson red (Chrystler inferno something red).
     
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    I have seats,console and quite a few other parts for 67-69 cuda.67 seats are black.Let me know
     
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    im still amazed by what ive seen bolted to peoples floorboards lol
     
  16. MoparDaddy

    MoparDaddy Damn Right I Carry!

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    Where's 64 and 65?! I'm a first gen fan
     
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    I was just looking at some Procar Classic 1500 series to put in mine. Like Wheels said, if you try to reconstruct the correct seats for the car you could spend a small fortune.

    http://www.procarbyscat.com/Products_Classic.asp

    Those are the ones I am considering. They run about $300 a piece.
     
  18. Mr Shine

    Mr Shine At 12 dad said “Tear this 318 apart”.I was hooked.

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    I have a set of lowbacks, they need recovered, were vandalized recently.
     
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    Thanks to everyoney responses. I apologize for not responding sooner. My computer went T.U.
    I spoke with an older feller about what my son and I are doing and he told me that he has a pair of 68 lowbacks with good tracks he will give to me for $150.00.
    They need new foam and covering, but I can handle doing that. If I can section old 50's cars and trucks, I think I can handle recovering a few seats.
    My son and I will be sure to post pictures of the car as it progresses.
    I can't get over how close this car is to my old 70 Dart I had when I was in the service. It started to bring back a lot of fun memories.
    Thanks again for the post's and the votes.
    Sorry about leaving off some of the coolest years on the vote. Maybe I'll get my act together some day.... Na, life's too short. It'd take me too long to do that. LOL!
     
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