[ROVERNET - UK] P6 Rear Headrests
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Sun Feb 26 20:10:02 GMT 2006
--- Vern Klukas <vern at inkspotco.com> wrote:
> The rear headrests were offered very early on. But I
> have never seen
> any 67 or earlier car with them here in Canada (that
> could reasonably
> be considered original equipment, that is) They did
> come trimmed in
> leather, my set are leather faced.
> I would think the buffalo coloured front headrests
> would be
> reasonably desireable, that is a fairly rare
> interior colour I think.
> >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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