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New Restoring a 69 Mach 1, bought this car and it was oviously missing pieces and not totally together. Now 2 yeras later we are happily putting it back together. I need to know if anyone has pictures or detailed info as to how the rear seat pan bolts to the car. I think I have the correct brackets but the dang thing don't seem to fit. If anybody has any pictures I would greatly Appreciate it.
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Welcome to the club! Although Ive not be lucky enough to own a 69, I wanted to be sure to at least try to help you.
A couple of links that might help. Others might be along to help you later if this is not what you were looking for.

Parts Needed to Convert 69-70 Fastbacks to Fold Down Seat

How to ID 1969-1970 Mustang Fastback Fold Down Seats

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Welcome to the site too! I'm no help on the 69, but we have several members that may come along to help you out. Post up some pics!
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(12-19-2011, 01:43 AM)Catch162009 Wrote: New Restoring a 69 Mach 1, bought this car and it was oviously missing pieces and not totally together. Now 2 yeras later we are happily putting it back together. I need to know if anyone has pictures or detailed info as to how the rear seat pan bolts to the car. I think I have the correct brackets but the dang thing don't seem to fit. If anybody has any pictures I would greatly Appreciate it.
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One thing that you may not know about is , there are several shims where the brackets bolts to the floor. I have a interior trim book , I'll see if I can help you out with pic's



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Here is a web site I found a while back that my be helpful. Our 69 has a fixed rear seat so I don't have any pictures to help.

http://www.folddownseat.com/index.htm
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(12-19-2011, 09:20 AM)mymachone Wrote:
(12-19-2011, 01:43 AM)Catch162009 Wrote: New Restoring a 69 Mach 1, bought this car and it was oviously missing pieces and not totally together. Now 2 yeras later we are happily putting it back together. I need to know if anyone has pictures or detailed info as to how the rear seat pan bolts to the car. I think I have the correct brackets but the dang thing don't seem to fit. If anybody has any pictures I would greatly Appreciate it.
ThanksA110103_confused_prv


One thing that you may not know about is , there are several shims where the brackets bolts to the floor. I have a interior trim book , I'll see if I can help you out with pic's

Thanks, I should have given more info. My seat is a fixed seat and the panel behind the back is what I am having problems with Crazy
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Posting a photo of the issue might help you get an answer Catch162009.
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1979 Pontiac Trans Am

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I'll see if I can get some pictures of the back. May be after Christmas so I'll make myself a note so I don't forget.
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#9
Welcome.

It looks as though you are getting some help from those who know your issues. Keep us updated.

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