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    Suitable seats

    My 55 Belair was flooded and am doing a major restoration, I am at the stage of redoing the interior and fancy something a bit more comfortable. Anyone got any suggestions what seats would fit a two door coupe and not look too out of place? Thanks for any ideas.

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    if you have a bench and want to keep a bench there is no need to change !!!! you already have a good base that works so just need more foam and shaping or removing the springs and rebuilding with the density and shape you require . you can still keep a dead original look but with more comfort to suit you
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    Thanks mate I have lost the chance of keeping it original , I believe the seat in it now are bucket seats from an 1981 El Camino. In the past I have seen some car with lovely leather front seats but fed up looking around the breaker yard measuring them. I am hoping someone knows what seats look good but also gives access to the rear.

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