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Rear Seat Delete Kit

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KMac
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Rear Seat Delete Kit

Postby KMac on Fri Apr 27, 2007 11:44 am

Do they happen to make a kit for g-body's? I'm planning on loosing the back seat for my roll cage. I would like to find a kit that actually looks good. If not im just going to use some plywood and some dynomat for sound deadening (sp?)
86 Cutlass Supreme-Very minor upgrades to the 307
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srercrcr
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Postby srercrcr on Fri Apr 27, 2007 6:43 pm

You really have a nice clean car, which is hard to find. I hate to see you hack it all up.
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78 Grand Prix LJ - one owner
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jerrycad472
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Postby jerrycad472 on Fri Apr 27, 2007 7:59 pm

I don't think anyone makes a rear seat delete kit. Your car does look really clean, try to keep the rear seat if you can. It will take more effort to build the roll bar, but it will look so much better.
81 Monte Carlo - LS1 6-spd (conversion in process)
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