1961 1962 1963 1964 Impala Power Seat Assembly on 2040-parts.com
Green Bay, Wisconsin, United States
A power seat assembly removed from a 1961 Impala. It all looks to be in very good shape. The motor was not tested. It is missing one of the plastic covers and the center knob on the control switch is also missing. I believe everything else is there, even the bolts and screws. This fits 1961 to 1964 Impala with bench seat.
Seat Covers for Sale
Thu, 08 Mar 2007 00:00:00 -0800
By Ben Whitworth
08 March 2007 09:15
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