Trim rail, rear seat squab

Looking for that elusive part, shout about it here.
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Peter850
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Trim rail, rear seat squab

Post by Peter850 »

Wanted: trim rail for my '61 Morris 850; as used in all '59 to '63 cars.

I'm not sure of the part number but I will enclose a picture of what I'm looking for.


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Beatie
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Re: Trim rail, rear seat squab

Post by Beatie »

Got one complete with original wood still attached .
Have not got a clue what it’s worth so would possibly except any offers :lol:
PM me if interested
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Jeremy
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Beatie
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Charlynsane
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Re: Trim rail, rear seat squab

Post by Charlynsane »

Hello,

What's it exactly?

Where is it supposed to be fitted? I never saw that, even in my late 63 997

Thank you

Charles

Peter850
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Re: Trim rail, rear seat squab

Post by Peter850 »

Charles,

Haha, I can imagine.
Had not seen one myself until recently.

This is the predecessor of the wire frame the rear seat squab is normally attached to.


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Re: Trim rail, rear seat squab

Post by Charlynsane »

Interesting, I'm gonna check on my unrestored 997, to check

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