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post #1 of 11 (permalink) Old 05-19-2016, 09:29 AM Thread Starter
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Off Topic, Any Chevelle Guys Here?

I didn't want to sign up to the Chevelle Forums just for one question, lol.

I'm trying to find out what Rear Seat will Interchange with a '66 Chevelle 2-Dr Sedan car.

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I am a GTO guy not a chevelle guy but a convertible will not fit. I am sure a 4 door will not fit. But I believe a 2dr hdtop will fit. Check on seat covers for both same part number and I am correct.
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I also heard that a 2-Dr HT was the same and also heard the top part of a 4-Dr could possibly be the same. I believe the Seat Covers will have a different part number though, because of the different material they each have.

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I didn't want to sign up to the Chevelle Forums just for one question, lol.

I'm trying to find out what Rear Seat will Interchange with a '66 Chevelle 2-Dr Sedan car.

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I can post the question for you on both Team Chevelle and our local club site, if you want. I have 2 '66 hardtop cars..

'62 Impala SS 409 TH350
'66 Chevelle SS 496 M20
'70 Chevelle SS 396 M20
'67 Camaro ss/rs 350 PG
'38 Chev coupe street rod
'54 Chev 210 2 door
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I can post the question for you on both Team Chevelle and our local club site, if you want. I have 2 '66 hardtop cars..
That would be great if you have the time.

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Bill, you do need a 2 door seat (lower) section. The 4 doors are radiused. The back section will interchange from a 4 door.

Convertibles are always narrower for the top cylinders.

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Right the 4-Door will have rounded corners on the bottom section.

Good to know that the upper section will interchange with a 4-Door.

Wondering if anyone mentioned if 2-Dr HTs and 2-Dr Sedans are the same?

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I guess I didn't make that clear, yes any 2 door car lower section EXCEPT convertible...

'62 Impala SS 409 TH350
'66 Chevelle SS 496 M20
'70 Chevelle SS 396 M20
'67 Camaro ss/rs 350 PG
'38 Chev coupe street rod
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Thanks for your help.

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I re-read my replies and realized I was tired last night and still wasn't clear that other GM A body car seats will fit also. This will include 1967 models of Pontiac Tempest, Le Mans and GTO. I'm not familiar enough with Olds and Buick to know if they have arm rests in the rear. If not, they should be the same size, as the floor pan is the same for them all. This also may go back 2 years to include the 1964-65 2 doors. I didn't get any answers to that.

Rear seats for these cars do seem to be more difficult to find.

'62 Impala SS 409 TH350
'66 Chevelle SS 496 M20
'70 Chevelle SS 396 M20
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OK, thanks again.

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