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Old 07-24-2014, 03:51 PM
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'67 Ranchero bench seat ideas needed

Just bought a '67 Ranchero for my wife, daughter and I to cruise the local shows. It has really nice swivel bucket seats in it but I need to swap them out for a bench seat. I'd prefer one with a notch behind the floor shifter. It's got a B&M Z-gate and the extra room from a notched seat would be great.
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I don't know if it would fit, but I had what Ford called the "Flight Bench Seat" in my 1990 F150 XLT Lariet....it would seat 3 (with belts), the center section folded down for an armrest and it was incredible comfortable & supportive for sport truck feeling/driving.
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I had one of those in a '99 F150 and yes, they were great seats...but I'm afraid it's too wide. I guess I'm gonna go to a u-pull-it yard with a tape measure and see what I can find one day next week.

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