AHT201 bucket seat

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AHT201 bucket seat

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Looking for a AHT 201 bucket seat. Any condition considered.
Please PM with what you've got on offer.

Thanks

Jack
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I know someone who has an original shell that may be for sale, but you'd need to make a subframe for it.

Or alternatively, Catmint Gordons repros are pretty much spot on.

https://shop.catmint.biz/product/driver ... d-cat1036/

I have one of Gordon's that I bought a couple of years ago, it's trimmed in 1959 type fabric & complete with subframe. I would be open to sensible offers on it.
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Re: AHT201 bucket seat

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Hi Mark,

Thanks for your reply, as far as i know the AHT 201 isn't the "works" bucket seat, the seat frame is one of it's distinct features.
I like to find an original one if i can (of the AHT 201). It seems to be offered only short as later on ST provided the STR330.
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OK, My mistake.

Happy hunting.

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No worries Mark,

All input is welcome.

Cheers,

Jack
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I imagine that to be a rare part to find nowadays, but looks like it could reproduced by hand by the way it constructed .
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well, you cant see the frame at all. So no idea how it would fit the backrest.

So as it stated any shape or form, don't heasitate to contact me :lol:
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Jack of all trades wrote: Mon Apr 08, 2024 8:36 am well, you cant see the frame at all. So no idea how it would fit the backrest.

So as it stated any shape or form, don't heasitate to contact me :lol:
You can see more than 1/2 of the frame , the LH side will be the same as the RH side..from my experience of the frames I've built, the bit along the back would most likely follow the curve of the lower back rest. Obviously to be exact you'll need to see one but I don't think it would be far away from this.
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This may be of assistance. :)
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Ronnie,

I've send you a PM

Jack
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