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Interchangeability 1941. 110 & 120
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Ajrjer90
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Can anyone tell me if the seat bottom, seat back, seat frame and seat rails from a 120 will bolt into at 110 coupe. Not sure if the 120 is a coupe or 4 door.

Andy
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Posted on: 10/21 17:57


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Re: Interchangeability 1941. 110 & 120
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Andy(Ajrjer90),

Supposedly the bodies of '41 Packards are the same/similar from the firewall back. So, I'd imagine seats should be the same/similar.

I looked in the '35-41 Parts Manual under Body Section, Group 30.880 for Front Seats but am no wiser for the experience. You might have better luck?

Posted on: 10/21 18:21
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Re: Interchangeability 1941. 110 & 120
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A sedan seat would not work in a coupe although you could probably use a coupe seat in a sedan if you didn’t mind the tilt-forward backrests. Otherwise 110 and 120 should be the same but maybe try comparing numbers in the Parts Book. If it lists seats, you can easily see what fits what.

Posted on: 10/21 19:14
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Re: Interchangeability 1941. 110 & 120
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The 110, 120, and 1903 160 use the same body, so the seats should work. But as stated earlier, coupes use folding backrests, sedans a fixed backrest. 1942 non-Clippers in the same series (2000, 2001, 2003) also use the same body.

Posted on: 10/22 11:16
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