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Thread: Sport Seat tip bracket, drivers side

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    Senior Member Soterik's Avatar
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    Sport Seat tip bracket, drivers side

    Tip brackets for Recaro buckets, and also for the 67/68 sport seats. These are "handed", left and right. $325 each.
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    Last edited by Soterik; 10-30-2019 at 06:45 PM.
    Auto Foreign Services is currently closed, lots to do for the Lit meet!

    Why buy a poorly restored original part (that's really only partly original after restoration)?

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    Count me in for one. I can do local pick up.

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    very few people make OEM quality reproductions, this guy is one of them

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    No mention of shipping to Canada, we're not snowed in yet!!!��
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    Quote Originally Posted by VintageExcellen View Post
    very few people make OEM quality reproductions, this guy is one of them


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    Very impressive Eric! Email sent :-)
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    Nice work as usual. Howzabout a non locking version for 66-67?

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    I suspect Eric has quite a few projects in the pipeline, but takes the time to do them right and his QC is better than most any supplier out there. Only when they meet his standards does he announce the products. Class act.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Soterik View Post
    Well, I won't make another run for that purpose, but it would be pretty easily done for somebody to cut the welds off holding the "catch" setup. Grind down the weld and then touch up the paint and you would have the "exact" 66/67 version. That being said, I'm going to run these with the "catch" in my 67S's.


    PS, I do have about 6 projects in the pipeline that are pretty interesting and certainly "needed".
    Isn't the upper "smaller" / "thinner" on a 66?

    You might recall that rusty non locking set that was sold by a dismantler near Tony probably 6 - 7 years ago. Tony ended up restoring that set, and that set is smaller / thinner than the locking set I compared it too.
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    I will take one. Any chance I can pick it up at the lit show? Talked to L. yesterday and believe that you and Gary are stopping by for the party on the thursday before the shows.



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