FREE! - 1964 4 Window Sedan DeVille Seats -> You Need To Pickup Soon

Three main things I cannot keep due to space when I part a car out is the core frame and body, and seat springs. I do pull the lower rails, trim, motors, cables, transmissions, etc that comes off the seat springs AND the seats are usually toast anyway.  The 1964 4 Window Sedan Deville I am parting out now has better than average used seats and have to say I love that midnight blue (trim code 42) leather on the bolsters. These have a few splits, some bad spots bout overall useable as is until you can have recovered.

- The bottom line is they are free, but you would need to pick up in the next 2 or 3 weeks.

- For anyone traveling during the Holidays on the East Coast I am only 21 miles from I-95 NC exit 81, and 2 miles from I-40 NC exit 40. 

--> these are for a 4 window sedan deville.   The dover fabric and design is unique to 1964 Sedan DeVille and very. You can bolt the front bench seat in a Fleetwood, or 62 series but your patterns are very different.  The rear seat lower sections are different between the 4 and 6 window sedan deville body styles. 

--> While these are free I will be keep and putting up the right hand front and rear door panels and arm rest up for sale. These are nice but I need to clean up and take a good look at them. If you have a 64 SDV with midnight blue (Trim Code 42) you might want to keep these in mind.  

-->  If you want or need something off the SDV body, also keep me in mind but be prepared to show up and cut out what you need in the near future.

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