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Description: This is a pair of bucket seats out of a 67 Firebird. I believe the frames, mechanisms and padding would be good for several years of Nova. The seats would need to be re-upholstered. Hinge covers missing off the drivers side seat, but these are available in the aftermarket. More pictures are available, just ask.

The price does not include shipping and I would really prefer either a local pick. I could also drive and meet for fee and payment upfront.
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Location: Bassett, VA
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Comment Date: Mon September 17

Can you measure the distance from the bottom of the rails to the top of the seat bottom?
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