At 03:41 PM 4/11/96 -0400, you wrote:
>On Thu, 11 Apr 1996, Robert J Donahue/DELCO wrote:
>> I see in the catalogs something called a tonneau cover bar that
>> goes across the back of the seats near the top. My car does not
>> have this part. Is this bar a structural part of the seats, or just some
>> accessory to go with a tonneau cover?
>It isn't structural, but it is original on the TA through TD. These cars
>came with a half-tonneau cover, not the full cover most of us prefer
>today. The bar supported the front of the cover to keep it looking neat.
>Elastic straps snapped to the seat back below the bar kept the cover
THESE WERE ALSO CALLED "BLANKET BARS", TO HOLD THE NICE WOOLEN PLAID WRAPS
THAT OUR SPOUSES DEMAND WHEN WE TOUR IN COOLER WEATHER.
TIM IN DALLAS '71 B '55 TF