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    Folding Seat Brackets

    For sale as shown, complete and won't separate, folding seat brackets and consoles. Please refer following photos. I was going to put this in my car but found a better set. $950 shipped. Cheers!

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    Scheel, looks like the pair that I have for my seats. Came with the pair of 300s that I’ve had for some time. Sold one of my 300s recently but, I think they will work with the 201 sports that I have as well.
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    Here’s a pic of mine with my chair attached.
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    Damn...look good! Thanks a lot Michael!

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    I should mount the GT sliders that I got from a certain someone and take a new photo.
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    Yes indeed

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    Moved as requested. GLWS
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    Original tilting frames… those are rare if you ask me.
    You can also use these frames combined with recaro sliders. The frames also have mounting points for seatbelts which is very handy. Good luck with the sale.

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    Thanks guys!

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    Quote Originally Posted by 911E fan View Post
    Original tilting frames… those are rare if you ask me.
    You can also use these frames combined with recaro sliders. The frames also have mounting points for seatbelts which is very handy. Good luck with the sale.
    these ARE already recaro rails ;-) albeit later versions from the second half of the 70s or even 80s. but rails fit toi the brackets, since they also contain the 911 SC 3.0 - so brackets are not from the era of long hoods either. you should check whether these fit the f-model AND the g-model (even if the sticker says so). scheel seats like the 300 can only be mounted there if you drill additional holes - a potential buyer should take this into account. Hope I could help a bit. regards uwe

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