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.

As always the email address is jasonedge@nc.rr.com

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