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1941 convertible sedan front seat
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Hi all,

In my rebuilding of my 1941 convertible sedan, Iím curious to see if anyone has a front seat for my car. Iíve got the rear cowl, but no tracks and what I believe is a second set of rear seat springs. Iím in New York and can travel any where in the north east. I donít need 41 specific, Iíve heard that 39-42 should work. Also totally keen on recovering and what have you.

Thanks to everyone in advance,

Ian

Posted on: 3/11 11:55:52
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Re: 1941 convertible sedan front seat
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From Yancey, TX
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Hi Ian, I just picked up a 41 160 missing its entire interior. I'm heading up to Waco TX Monday to look at a pair of 40s that have their interiors. I know it's a long way from New England but sometimes you have to get parts where you can get them. I'm in South TX so it's only about 3.5 hours from me. I'll look at all the seats available and let you know what I find. If you're interested I'll have the owners contact info and can pass to you. Sometimes you can get a uship carrier to move stuff pretty reasonably. Brett

Posted on: 3/14 10:50:54
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Re: 1941 convertible sedan front seat
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From Washougal, Wa
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I have a 42 seven passenger front seat assembley avalable.

I am on the west coast shipping on seat cushion and back is around $400, plus $350 for the seat pair.,

Posted on: 3/15 9:27:58
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Re: 1941 convertible sedan front seat
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Packards42 where does the decimal go in that 3350 number for the seat?

Posted on: 3/15 13:15:53
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Re: 1941 convertible sedan front seat
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I'm going out on a limb and say 33.50, but it might be 3,350.00, Though for a seat to ship I would think maybe 335.00.

Posted on: 3/16 6:17:39
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Re: 1941 convertible sedan front seat
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Funny John, when I read that, I thought the 1st '3' should have been a dollar sign, so I took it as $350!! LOL Chris.

Posted on: 3/16 11:08:27
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Re: 1941 convertible sedan front seat
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From Washougal, Wa
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That is correct I estimating $350.00 for a front seat plus shipping.

Posted on: 3/16 13:04:40
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Re: 1941 convertible sedan front seat
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Shipping is a killer anymore....

Posted on: 3/16 19:10:55
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