:agree: and cornering! There are lots of ways to get a set of C5 seats bolted in. I was trying to minimize modification to the floorpan while optimizing leg and head room. I'm pretty happy with the way it worked out in the last link from WIT911's post.i love my c5 seats,much better for cruising
photo-document the install of the passenger side and put together a how-to thread! Tell us what troubles you ran into and how to avoid them!We are working on getting C6 seats in my buddies 70 model. Got the drivers side put in last Sunday. Need to finish up on the drivers side and it will be ready. Sorry no pics but they do look awesome in his coupe.
Seating and interior ergonomics are so personal, it's really hard to say what really works for YOU vs ME, is impossible.....for instance, I look at the seat above and think my '87 vette, one of the things I hated about it was the side bolsters on the seat were way tooooooo snug on my hips...they hurt from bone compression....I suffer arthritis anyway, so don't need any bone massage....I have Sparco Milano's in my 79. Bit on the pricey side, but still I think easily worth the money, best seats I've ever tried. Tight fit, but still works. :cheers:
Jay I love your car!! The best C3 I ever saw!! One more question for you?
Can I put 18" wheels 8 wide with 4.5 backspacing in without having any rubbing or changing anything?
Jay, everytime I see a pic of your car, I get the urge to spend ALOT of money?????????????:laughing:I have Sparco Milano's in my 79. Bit on the pricey side, but still I think easily worth the money, best seats I've ever tried. Tight fit, but still works. :cheers: