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I bought some seats from a 1998 sebring convertible the junk yard charged 75 that was the 2 front and the rear,i had to cut some stuff off the seats and make and weld my own stuff on it to bolt to the floor,it was not to bad,if your not experianced at metal fab i would pass. I have to re build some back stuff to make the rear seats fit,i did all this today and will work on rear this weekend. BUT it looks good and they are comfy and not to high,with power drivers side. I wanted those seat they have the intagrated seat belt one huge plus. SO I HAD to take my car on a maiden voyage today when i got my seats in,and the engine back up an runing last night, no hood,lights trim ,half in pieces yet for paint but i could not resist my new 425 Hp engine i made. i have a m21 muncie and it seem like it will be way fun .oh and i need to mount the dodge neon center councel they all look real nice togather.
i tried 1999 concorde seat no good would have to butcher the seat
I installed front & rear seats from a 1998 Sebring convertible in '04. Still in use everyday. I have gotten more compliments on my interior than anything else on the car. I still like the seats but the car corners so well now that a little more side support would be nice. (I have found myself actually sliding in the seat if I push the car into corners really hard.)
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