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Old 17-08-2009, 08:34 AM   #1
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High back seats

Hi all,

Looks like i'll be starting the revenger rebuild soon! One thing i badly need to change is the front seats, i ended up sat on the screen the other day, and nearly lost my girlfriend out of it too!

What are the options for hi-back seats? I'm looking for ones that go all the way to behind your head. Anyone got a set of old ones for sale in any condition?
I'm looking for a set in red/white in good nick, or anything in poor nick to get it re covered.

Cheers, James
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Old 17-08-2009, 08:51 AM   #2
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Hi James - I have some brand new shells moulded for our high backs. They ahev a higher than normal side to them and work really well.

I can get them up-holstered but is expensive - or can supply just the mouldings if you have someone to do that part.

Let me know if of interest.
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