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Since your the convert guru....I gather they don't make the seat pans for the ragtop....so If I need to replace one, and other than a remanufacture job on my part.... any Ideas? The back side of mine has some rust hole's the P/O replaced the floor pans But for obvious resons put the old seat pan back in. I would like to lower it a bit but I think I'll loose it (pan)in the process. l probably should just figure a "Fix" before I put it back together anyway reguardless on wheather I lower it or not.... what would be the best plan ?

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My car is a coupe, but when I lowered my pans, it took all the rusted area off of the bottom. One section of the weld lip was completely gone. But after lowering them, they're good as new.

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Ken ,
The convt seat pedastals are just now being reproduced. I haven't seen them yet but the manufacturer tells me they made them in two pcs (instead of one to make shipping easier). Anyway just thought I'd let you know

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I ordered up a sample but haven't rec'd it yet. It is supposed to have it. We'll see when it comes in and I'll let you know.

Scott
National Parts Depot
1965 Conv:Street driven concours
1966 Coupe: Daily driver and toy
 
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