[ROVERNET - UK] P6 Rear Headrests
jaguru at bellsouth.net
Sun Feb 26 19:52:03 GMT 2006
I assumed the ET headrests ended about 68, but am not sure. Every one I had
had no reading lamps. I have a set of nice later , forward leaning style,
the same color. They will interchange.I am not sure if either is better; but
I was rearended about 25 years ago, driving a 2000TC with ET headrests. I
was stopped at a light, and a lady out celerating her birthday rearended me,
doing about 40 MPH. . The rear of th rover looked terrible, the front
seatbolts ripped out, and the seat tipped back to the back seat.I was
wearing a seatbelt, and was not affected.Naturally, her insurance company
was very anxious to settle with me, and have me sign a release.I think I
accepted about $1500, which seemed a lot back then, unbolted all the bad
panels, and bolted on good panels the same color, and fixed it in a few
hours.I think I had to bang out the base about a half inch, by the bootlid.I
certainly will vouch for the ET headrests, and Ralph Nader's statement in
"Unsafe at any Speed, about the P6,that"All Cars should be built like this"
James Dean, Ft. Lauderdale.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Glen Wilson" <glenwilson at cavtel.net>
To: <rovernet at lyris.ccdata.com>
Sent: Sunday, February 26, 2006 11:17 AM
Subject: [ROVERNET - UK] P6 Rear Headrests
> I have a set of P6 rear headrests. They are the ones that set on top of
> the back seat under the rear window. They are the off-white color like
> that used in the Federal 3500S and 2000 vinyl interiors. Anyone know
> what the story is on these? How rare are they? When were they produced?
> What would they have cost as a new option? These seem to be vinyl or
> Ambla and don't look like they would have come with a leather interior.
> What cars would they be correct for? Last time I saw any on eBay, I
> think they went for around $75. Anybody remember?
> I also have a set of ET front headrests in buffalo (dark brown) that I
> believe came out of a TC. There are no reading lights in them for rear
> passengers. What vintage would these be? I think they came in the '67-68
> TC that I sold to Norm. The original interior of that car was dark
> brown, but all of the stitching had disintegrated and the leather was
> shot. Anyone have a need for these?
> glenwilson at cavtel.net
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