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Old 03-03-2019   #1
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Are these Fiat seats? (early 60's?)

Can any one help identify these seats please?

Was told they may be from an old Fiat.

Thanks in advance
Jim
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Re: Are these Fiat seats? (early 60's?)

I think there off a two door car...recliner. Very similar to my 128 Coupe, but the recliner catch is slightly different. either 127, or 128.
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Re: Are these Fiat seats? (early 60's?)

Thank you Gengis, but these seats do not recline.
The handle is for the front to back slide lock.
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Re: Are these Fiat seats? (early 60's?)

Hi Guys

they look like 850 coupe seats to me, most likely series 2 or 3 as the series one has a slightly different vinyl.
i hope this helps
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Re: Are these Fiat seats? (early 60's?)

Thanks Tim
Anyone have any pictures of a 850 coupe seat please?

Thank you in advance
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Re: Are these Fiat seats? (early 60's?)

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Thanks Tim
Anyone have any pictures of a 850 coupe seat please?

Thank you in advance
Take a look at some 850 coupe for sale and look at the interior, might give you a good point of reference.

think 1968 to 1972 for series 2 and 3

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Re: Are these Fiat seats? (early 60's?)

Thank you Tim
They look perfect sir
1967 to 1969 Fiat 850 Coupe
Now can anyone help me locate the floor rails for these seats?
I need 3 more
was able to get one from Obert & Co part # 4323788

Please help if you can
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Re: Are these Fiat seats? (early 60's?)

Quote Originally Posted by oldguy1 View Post
Thank you Tim
They look perfect sir
1967 to 1969 Fiat 850 Coupe
Now can anyone help me locate the floor rails for these seats?
I need 3 more
was able to get one from Obert & Co part # 4323788

Please help if you can
Thanks
Jim
I hope you locate the runners, i trust you are after the part that would normally be welded to the floor of an 850 coupe, the series one two or three runners are all the same if anyone has a car that is very beyond repair then normally the runners are ok.

if you dont have any success the other alternative is...
The X1/9 used the same seat base frame steel section but had bolt on runner sliders that were a whole runner in one assembly that just bolted to the floor and to four m8 nuts welded into the seat base corners. what you would have to do is drill out the welds of the seat runner parts on the seat base you currently have and either weld nuts in place or fit some m8 rivnuts(very useful things) into your bases then bolt the x1/9 runners to the floor.


what car are you using them in.

Tim
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