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boats1183
    
Can anyone please help me identify these bucket seats
 
posted: August 26, 2009
 
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spudder
    
They are definitely Ford, I have seen that style before just cannot remember if it was a Thunderbird or Lincoln?
posted:  August 27, 2009
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ford4life
    
based on the picture above the part # is very similar to other Ford part #'s for seats I just couldn't find the exact # in the information that I have but I would definitely say that you have a bucket seat made by Ford.
posted:  August 27, 2009
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joker3783
    
i would say thunder bird
posted:  August 28, 2009
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dman
    
I was going to say Thunderbird as well. Most likely standard Thunderbird seats from either 1965 to 1967 (somewhere in that vintage).
posted:  August 28, 2009
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65corvette
    
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A good Ford parts person should be able to tell you exactly the application. The C6AB prefix of the part number points to a 1966 application. (C='60s, 6= 66 first model year used, A usually means passenger, B is for the exact app. Center number means it is a seat. Suffix is also special app) I worked Ford parts in the '60s and once learned, the numbering system made sense and really has been handy over the years.
posted:  August 28, 2009
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