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Old May 16th 2007, 17:39
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If you can weld, even OK, you could cut and fab new mounts using the originals for parts. Use what ever tubing would work best with your slides....JR
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Old May 17th 2007, 18:10
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About the bracket/sliders... I'm using sparco seats like Bogaro-ZO. My bug is a 1972 super.

Do you cut the original brackets off the floor and fab new ones? Or can you purchase something from Sparco to work with existing brackets? I have purchased their slider rails, but not sure how to get those to fit the brackets.

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Old May 23rd 2007, 02:02
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here is a picture of my recaros
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Old July 31st 2007, 15:58
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hey guys!

here is a pic of my interior - jubi. in the attachment

yours 1200jubi
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Old July 31st 2007, 16:01
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hey guys!

visit my homepage and there at our carz - schöne

http://www.aircooled4ever.keil.tv

yours 1200jubi
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Old September 25th 2007, 02:16
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some pic of my interior.. actually the car was already sold to my friend





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Old September 25th 2007, 08:30
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Gorgeous interior, BugOholic.
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Old September 25th 2007, 23:12
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Thanks, oasis.

Actually i was plan to use GT3 style, but I gave up finally. I need something more simple for daily drive.







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Old January 26th 2008, 04:26
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BugOholic, what kind of gorgeous dash is THAT! MAn i want one!
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Old January 26th 2008, 09:38
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Hello everybody! First post here....

I have a '73 Super Beetle and I've just purchased the seats from a 2000 New Beetle. How can I put those seats into my SB?

The new ones are leather and much more comfortable than the original seats.


I need some detailed info on how to do this!

Any info is appreciated! Thanks!!
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Old February 28th 2008, 02:58
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BugOholic, what kind of gorgeous dash is THAT! MAn i want one!
Siromega, sorry for late reply.

The gauge is autometer - carbon fiber series.

For the Dash inserts, i get it from Flat4.

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Old July 27th 2008, 16:13
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Hey Guys!

I installed at my 1200er jubi and at my 75er T2 Baywindow Porsche 924er seats.

Take a look at the pic right there.

Or take a look at my homepage: http://www.aircooled4ever.wg.am

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Old July 28th 2008, 02:02
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Hello everybody! First post here....

I have a '73 Super Beetle and I've just purchased the seats from a 2000 New Beetle. How can I put those seats into my SB?

The new ones are leather and much more comfortable than the original seats.


I need some detailed info on how to do this!

Any info is appreciated! Thanks!!
Why does this post show up as being from me? I didn't post this one and I don't even have a 73 super, I've got a '67 bug... I suspect something's not right with the database on this forum.
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Old August 8th 2008, 18:11
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gone a little different, using porsche 911 fronts. nice and comfortable though.
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Old August 13th 2008, 01:37
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So I finally had the adapters made for the new seats and here is the end result. A friend of a friend made me the seat brackets from scratch and I am more than happy with how they turned out. Now all I need to do is repray the pans under the seats since I had to remove the factory floor tar board and now 30 years of surface rust is visible. Still unsure if I am going to por-15 it or spray Rhino bedliner. Also need to have the adapters powdercoated eventually but for now they are going to be spray painted. I have to say that these are some of the most comfortable seats I have had and the fact that they were a gift from a car show sponsor makes it even more so. I'm off to paint the floor boards now and take the seats back out!! :crazy:

Seats are Yonaka Motorsports Ronin Racing Seats that are just as comfy as they look and they recline!!!











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