GM A & G Body Front Bucket Seat Bottom & Back Panel Set. New Reproduction Front Bucket Seat Bottom & Back Panel Set. Black or White Injection Molded Panels. Painted with a durable Plastic Paint / Dye in the various colors below to O.Match or compliment your interior color. If you have a color that is not listed or you are seeking an exact match to your interior color, your best choice is either Black or White Panels and have those panels painted to match your desired color.
Thick & Ridged ABS Plastic with Correct Grain. Strong Mounting Point Tabs with pre-drilled holes that are reinforced with a molded in collar around each opening. 6 Piece Set (enough to do both front bucket seats).
4 Seat Bottoms (L & R). Each panel is outlined with flexible Chrome Trim to mimic the original hard plastic snap on trim used back then.
This is an extremely nice reproduction. There are other manufactures as well and by far, this is the closest to the originals we have seen. 1969 - 1972 Chevrolet: Chevelle & El Camino. 1969 - 1972 Oldsmobile: Cutlass & 442. 1969 - 1972 Pontiac: LeMans & GTO & Grand Prix.
1969 - 1972 Buick: Skylark & GS. 1970 - 1972 Chevrolet: Monte Carlo. The item "1969-1972 GM A Body Front Bucket Seat Bottom & Back Panel Set 6 Pieces New" is in sale since Thursday, June 4, 2015.
This item is in the category "eBay Motors\Parts & Accessories\Car & Truck Parts\Interior\Floor Mats & Carpets". The seller is "tamraz" and is located in Naperville, Illinois. This item can be shipped to United States.
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