Have you looked at the later Spitfire seats? I find them to be quite
comfortable and offer good back support for my lower back pains.
Gregory Petrolati wrote:
> On Fri, 7 Aug 1998, Philip E. Barnes wrote:
> > If I find some modern seats that don't spoil the look of the car, I'll let
> > you know, although the stock seats are not too bad.
> Keep me on your list... My wife has Rheumatoid Arthritis. She is
> beginning to have trouble getting in and out of my TR4. The car
> currenlty has early TR6 seats installed. While more comfortable
> than the original seats they are not comfortable or supportive
> enough for a long haul. I've thought about Fiero seats as a
> replacement, or possibly Porsche 914 seats (if a set could be
> Still, it's a matter of finding the right seat. What appears
> to be the "right seat" at first may not be, once your
> butt's been in it for several hours at a clip.
> Hey, how about a TR7 or 8 seats? Still Triumph, and if
> reupholstered they may even be made to look "almost right"
> Greg Petrolati
> email@example.com 1962 TR4 (CT4852L)
> "That's not a leak... My car is just marking its territory!"
> Greg Petrolati, Champaign, Illinois
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