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Project Cars / Re: 84 sedan project (beginners luck)
« Last post by amcfool1 on Yesterday at 08:44:01 PM »
:)
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Inside Your Eagle / Re: Removing front seats
« Last post by amcfool1 on Yesterday at 08:26:39 PM »
yup, just to add to that, They email you back after every inquiry, a real email, not those "do not respond " types, and work with you. Trying to get a Hornet set made now, for which they have no pattern, but they are trying. Money well spent. later, gz
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Project Cars / Re: 84 sedan project (beginners luck)
« Last post by Murdoc1905 on Yesterday at 04:14:37 PM »
That's what I was thinking too. But I can't imagine the 30 year old squids faired very well, and I got to thinking of the nightmare to try to find OEM AMC Squids.
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Inside Your Eagle / Re: Removing front seats
« Last post by johnbendik on Yesterday at 11:50:50 AM »
My covers are also looking good, with no appreciable wear.  And the fabric made a very plush headliner also!  http://forums.amceaglesden.com/index.php?topic=45734.msg354298#msg354298.

I will also add that the company (Seat Covers Unlimited) was very easy to deal with, with intelligent salespeople manning the phones.

JB
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Project Cars / Re: 84 sedan project (beginners luck)
« Last post by eagleman on Yesterday at 10:39:55 AM »
Fresh air vent? Here all this time I thought it was a squid release lever. Man learn something new everyday!!
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Project Cars / Re: 84 sedan project (beginners luck)
« Last post by amcfool1 on Yesterday at 12:22:59 AM »
thats the fresh air vent, try to repair seats, see john bendiks post, good luck, gz
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Inside Your Eagle / Re: Removing front seats
« Last post by amcfool1 on Yesterday at 12:08:43 AM »
hi, well, don't know about three years, but I purchased a set myself, same fabric, but in blue, a little over a year ago, for my 84 Sedan, and I love 'em! comfortable, good looking, near perfect fit, and so far showing no signs of wear. Liked 'em so much even got a set, same fabric, for my wife's car, 02 Mercury Sable. to cover her once pristine, but now aging, leather seats. She no longer burns the back of her legs on a hot summer day, so, I highly recommend these covers. You get what you pay for, no more auto parts store cheapies, that fall apart in three months, for us! good luck, gz
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Project Cars / Re: 84 sedan project (beginners luck)
« Last post by Murdoc1905 on July 20, 2018, 11:17:17 PM »
So I removed the seat, and as far as I can see only the 2 outside springs are broken. Everything else looks tip top. Should I try to replace the springs? Or attempt to repair them?


Sorry for blurry photo, was kinda a late spur of the moment decision to remove the seat.
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Inside Your Eagle / Re: Removing front seats
« Last post by Murdoc1905 on July 20, 2018, 10:14:24 PM »
Out of curiosity, how are the seats fairing after these 3 years?
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Project Cars / Re: 84 sedan project (beginners luck)
« Last post by Murdoc1905 on July 20, 2018, 09:34:13 PM »
Did the eagle rot check thanks to Nightpath's video. http://forums.amceaglesden.com/index.php?topic=46446.0

Thankfully not a single piece of bad rust. I was especially afraid of around the Frame area but it's solid as far as I can tell. I did have a little moisture under my trunk carpet, but nothing serious at all.


On a side note, what is this for?
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