Our Early Third Series pseudo-seven passenger sedan....

Posted by Bob on 2021/12/6 22:21:48
I just thought I would share with the community the unique additional seats in our model 264 sedan.
There is an Earl C. Anthony plaque over the steering column. Unfortunately, we don't have any other history of the car.
Apparently it had an amateur restoration in California and was brought to Galveston, Texas.
I have no idea who installed the two occasional seats... E.A.C? original owner? restorer?...but I would really like to know if anyone else has similar seats.
They are hinged on the back of the front seat and supported by a single two piece tube...one sliding into the other.

Does anyone know what the 'K.F.I.' stands for? Salesman's initials?

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