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roger
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coupe too

Accura Typr R
but, look at the basic Accura coupe too, picked up a set of buckets in it just like my Dad;s, for my 63, but in a woven material ,not leather.
full recline, with back adjust, seat up/down too
40 bucks for em at local import wrecker
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DSLaBuda
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Re: coupe too

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Originally posted by roger:
Accura Typr R
but, look at the basic Accura coupe too, picked up a set of buckets in it just like my Dad;s, for my 63, but in a woven material ,not leather.
full recline, with back adjust, seat up/down too
40 bucks for em at local import wrecker
Adrian



That's what I'm trying to find out. Acura is the car brand, "acura type-r" tells me as much as saying "chevy ss". no sarcasm there, just trying to figure this out. bear with me as i'm a little slow sometimes. Smile

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Post Mon May 05, 2008 2:27 am 
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knavekid
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As far as I know, the only Acura Type R was the third generation Integra '94 through '01. Some Integra models had manual height adjustment for the drivers seat. The non-Type R seats were available in cloth or leather (black or tan).

I have to believe that this is the car he is referring to.
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duplicate post.
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Six-Two
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Acura Type R racing seats

I found these over at JDMCarBoy.com, would these be what you're talking about?
http://www.jdmcarboy.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=1025&zenid=e13eaa931a9fdb2d6f96db5c20aec7e0

If these would fit, I'd likely get these ones just to have seats that no-one's been sitting in before. Not that that's a big deal, but if I'm gonna restore/mod my interior, new seems the way to go for me.
http://www.jdmcarboy.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1025&products_id=434&zenid=e13eaa931a9fdb2d6f96db5c20aec7e0

With this set at least, they have both the front 2 seats sold in a pair for $280.00 before S/H, and the rear bench top & bottom sold as a pair for about the same. Not cheap, but in comparison to ACTUAL Japanese Domestic Market Acura Type R seats, these are a steal.

The EVO Style seats are nice too for the same price, but it only gets more expensive from there it seems.
http://www.jdmcarboy.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=1025&products_id=1538&zenid=e13eaa931a9fdb2d6f96db5c20aec7e0

Post Mon May 12, 2008 2:41 am 
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roger
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Import have a use!

Accura Type R
but, i just saw a Civic with really, really nice factory buckets in it too
almost indentical to mine.
The best thing is the import seats are a perfect "scale" for the little F;lanes interior.
I always felt the stock buckets,not only really uncomfortable, were to large
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roger
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Integra!!!

Yep, does say integra on rear of trunk
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DSLaBuda
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Thanx! I was a little lost there as I thought Acura also made the cl/tl/something like that in a type r version as well.

If these are the stock seats in the Integra Type-r, I should be able to order a set of aftermarket buckets & brackets for a Integra to fit my 67.
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diegokid
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Old post

Was reading this old post and wanted to say that if you have a sweetie pie that rides with you the bench seat allows her to slide over next to you. An automatic tranny allows other things as well.

Very Happy

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roger
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Inegra & Accura

Integra yep
But, just over at Standard pik a part & noticed a couple of Accura's with really nice buckets too
Rear seat - over at fordmuscle there is a guy who picked up a rear seat out of a Chrysler product, not sure what year, but, it wasbolt in to his F'lane!
And damn if it doesn;t look pretty cool
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When i got my 67 Ranchro the original seats had been removed so I used set out of a 96 Peugeot. Black leather, sixway electric and heated. Console came out of a Aussie XF falcon ute.




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