like said these bucket seats came in my 1964 ford fairlane they are not the correct seat but was wondering what they came out of thanks for any help
thanks i was told from previous owner thought maybe they where out of a thunderbird but that was over 30+ years ago but i was hoping someone would recognize themNot sure which model but they are much later than 1964.
The seat back release was not used until late 1960s
Same for head restraint. However that may have been optional earlier.
Hello charles jahnke,yea i tried to do the same and like you say the pattern of stitching changes in the earliy 70's and i dont see any with that type of chrome ill look and see if there is any tags but i doubt it the bases or bottoms are quite wide
Or the Mercury equivalent may have had the stitching pattern in the other direction because it was Mercury.
If the formatting doesn't get all screwed up here is your information. The order is Body Style number, type, price curb weight and units soldHi Action,
Did the Mercury Park Lane (Mercury version of my '68 XL) have bucket seats as an option? I've only seen one '68 Park Lane and I couldn't get close enough to see the interior. I can say it's an odd car. It was a fastback too but had an ugly front end and Cadillac looking tail lamps. I wonder how many Mercury sold....