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    Early Recaro fixed buckets

    Just bought a pair of these seats which I think are early Recaros but there are no logos or other identifying marks on them.

    Can any of the early seat 'experts' shed any light on them ?

    They are in pretty good condition & very light - they were fitted in a plane!!
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    & finally a comparison with a new 'period' Bielstein seat:
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    early Recaro seat

    Is this the type of seat you have ?
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    Good Find! Those are the factory fitted Recaros used + - 67-68. The Recaros that you see with the logo were "aftermarket" Recaros. Usually anything factory fitted would not have the Recaro emblem.

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    The driver's seat here is a factory Recaro in a 67S





    Nick Moss - Early 911S #476 - RGruppe #318 - early911.co.uk

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    Thanks for the replies guys.

    Ernie - that looks to be exactly what I have.
    What year(s) does that parts book/list relate to ?
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    Nick - The difference between the seat in your photos & the ones I have is that mine (& the diagram in Ernie's post) have a sewn seam running from the mid-point of the side 'bolsters' to the rear corners of the seat cushion.
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