|Posted by Ken scobel on 04/02/06
Seat FoamPosted by: David Lind on 09/23/05
Legendary Interiors (John Paseman - US CarTools ). They are extremely helpful and knowledgeable. I just bought a replacement set for my car for $170 plus shipping. However, there are no specific replacement "buns" for the back seats. The interior shop simply uses bulk foam to make the back cushions. (David Lind)
Posted by: Topher on 02/18/06
Don't count out your local uhpolsterer. I had my seats done at a local shop and the guy did an excellent job. I also have a buddy that has his own business and all he does(if it's salvageable) is put sheet foam over the existing bun of the seat. Now if he has to build an entire seat he'll use a big block of foam and carve out what he needs. It's fun to watch these guys work cause they'll add a lil foam, and sit in the seat, if it's not good enough they'll add more till it feels good. There's also different grades of foam, the density, elasticity is different. You could have a chunk 3 foot thick and think man that's hard, jump on it and sink to the ground, so you have to keep that in mind also. I will say that for the cost of the skins from YO, I had all 4 seats done by this guy, and I didn't have to do a thing but unbolt the seats and carry them over there.
Posted by Daniel Daigneault on 09/23/05
Year One catalog 2004 page 22, # 2FC66202U. The 3
digit number being the color.
It is for a 1966 Coronet. My 66 Charger seats are exactly like
Nothing is available for the back seats though. The same catalog
page 14 on the right upper corner tells you about the
|Submitted to Yahoo Group by Mark Hackathorn on 4/2/2009
Here's why I had to redo the seats, not only were they ripped all over on the outside, but the underneath had disintegrated to the point where the springs were pushed into the foam making them very uncomfortable and messy as the foam would flake off making a mess of the new carpet I installed last year...
Here's the seat bottom with the old