Seat Track Extender Project
February 19, 2007
The seat track extenders for Corvairs are finally done. I produced 69 of these; four for me and 65 for everyone else. This first picture shows the entire kit; four brackets, two aluminum spacers, five bolts, five lock washers, five nuts and instructions. Please note that these will fit my '65's front seats. I am not warranting any other years fit, because I don't have any cars in which to test-fit it.
Here is a close-up of some of the kits ready to ship.
A shot of all of the kits ready to ship.
The instructions that come with the kit are as follows:
Instructions and Important Legal Blather
you for purchasing my Blatantly Ripped-Off Reproduction Fitch Seat Extender Kit
(“BRORFSEK”). I have photocopied the original installation instructions,
purely for historical purposes, which appear on the back of this sheet.
I have an original Fitch set of parts which is what I used as a template
for this set. Differences between
the Fitch set and my BRORFSEK are:
Grade 8 bolts and nuts should be torqued to 29 ft. lbs.
If you need more instruction than those on this sheet of paper, please
take your car to your nearest automotive service center and ask the mechanic how
much his next boat payment will be.
kidding. Any questions, give me a
now, the legal disclaimer you have been eagerly awaiting:
is not a merchant of goods but is a hobbyist, and makes no warranties, express
or implied, not set forth on this page. SELLER
EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO ANY
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
If you are not satisfied, for any reason, with these parts, please return
them to me at your expense and I will refund your original purchase price.
This is the exclusive and sole warranty offered by Seller.
By accepting and installing these parts on your car, you are agreeing to
these terms. If you do not agree to
these terms, please return the parts at your expense for a full refund of your
again! If you still have questions
or concerns you can contact me by mail, phone or email, as it suits you.
These are only being offered for sale through the Virtual Vairs email list and once they are gone, they are gone, baby.
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