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Discussion in 'New Users' started by onebad86SS, Jul 16, 2017 at 10:28 AM.
Nice!! Welcome from Fort Worth!
Welcome from Southlake!
That interior looks factory. Very nicely done.
Nice setup. How did you get that interior to fit?
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Welcome she a beauty!!
Pepsi's better though!!!
Welcome from North Richland Hills! Now I have to paint my project another color.
Welcome from Fort Wayne. Great looking Monte. I have a project 442 that I just got. Hopefully it will look as nice as your monte someday.
It was actually fairly easy!
I lined up the 2 bolts that are on the inside of the console, then just ran 2 sheet metal screws into the tunnel and hit with silicone. They are black headed screws so the blend in with the carpet
It actually wasn't too bad. I bolted both front seats to the original seat tracks, no power to them yet, but I didn't need to really adjust them too much once they were in (I'm pretty tall).
For the rear, I bolted the top of the new seats right in and then just used the new seat cover over the original bottom, it's a little big but I pulled all the slack to the back,so you'd never tell difference.