I do enjoy learning more about these oddities in construction. This
list a is a great resource.
About the use of the BN2 type seat on BN6, I'm of the opinion that a
very small number may have left the factory that way. The car pictured
in the BN6 owners handbook looks like it may have them. It has the
final design armrest for BN6/7. It shows up in the insert for the BN4
book as well.
When would the cutoff be?
My BN6 is a fairly early one, about 350 into the run. It had the newer
On Jul 31, 2005, at 8:57 AM, Derek Job wrote:
> Just to add to what Rich said.
> I wasn't inferring that the BN4 seats were the norm as I know they are
> not. But I had noticed in some contemporary road test pictures that the
> seats were as per a BN4 so it just got me wondering when the actual cut
> off point might have been, and that's why I asked the original
> BTW This was before I got Peter's photo which was just a pure
> coincidence (and a great photo).
> I would tend to agree with John though - that any old stock was
> used up first. After all why wouldn't they, things were different then,
> the marketing wasn't as precise. If you look at the BN6 brochures
> see they show BN4 seats.