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Old 10-21-2017, 07:32 PM
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So I got a set of Cimbria seats when I bought RangerBEH's car. They fit nicely in the Sterling and lay back the correct amount for the headroom needed in the car. We have decided to use them in Ray's car and are in the process of dialing them in before they get upholstered. My question is, does anyone else out there have a desire for a pair of Cimbria seats? I ask because I am considering making a mold before we cover them so the can be duplicated. If there is really no interest, or there are already plenty of them out there available for sale I won't waste the time and money making the mold. Seat shells would run about $120 bucks each.
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I'm interested Roger. Off today so give me a call if you have time please.
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Old 10-22-2017, 08:09 PM
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Here is what the seat look like.

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Here is what the seat look like.

If shipping were not so expensive I would be interested too!
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Any chance of sharing the key dimensions from the seat.... I'm thinking that it may be worth it if they fit and I can sort out a front tilt lifting mechanism so I can fit stuff behind the seats. My key concern is can they fit with a deep floor pan drop, say 5 inches
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I will get a few dimensions for you this week. I can tell you that Brian's drop pans are very deep and the seats fit good. Especially once an adjuster or slider is under the seat which will lift it up about an inch.

I will be making a mold for sure since Craig has a need for a pair. Won't happen in the next couple of weeks until #114 is finished.
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I'm in. Will call later to confirm details.
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I'm still in Roger.
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Just healing from a broken hip. Its been several months since I have been in the shop. Prior to that as with all of our projects, life gets in the way. The seat shells are there in the shop, prepped and ready to make a mold from, just haven't had the time, motivation, energy etc ........

I'm hoping to start getting back in the swing of things soon as my body allows.
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Sorry to hear about that...hope your healing well. Just let me know.
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