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I am installing deep bucket seats from a 67 giulia sprint gtv into my 65 giulia sprint gt. Lack the proper seat tracks. Not sure if seat tracks from later gt models are the same but suspect they are. Thanks for any help, advice.

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Fred, I desperately need the single one shown on top in your photo (with broken bracket). If Rosso does not need that one, or I would be glad to purchase the lot of 3 in order to get it. Please PM me to work something out. Thank you.
 

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Hi Fred,

The previous set you sent was for a 65 step. I needed them too and they are great, but what I really needed was a set for the deep buckets in a 67 step veloce. I think they are equivalent in the butress seats as well. Is the set you now have appropriate for the deep buckets?
 

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Later this morning I will take and post some pictures. There were so many styles of tracks and different seats between 64 and 74 in the GTs while I know all the different seats exactly the corresponding tracks not so much. (at least seven different seats?)
 

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Yes Fred,

Those belong to the earliest giulia sprint gt , in the U S they are 1965s, gray dash, plain jane interior with seats similar to the gta. In 67 the sprint gt becomes a veloce and the seats changed to deep buckets,,the 2nd nicest seats in the gtv series. tracks for the deep buckets in 67 and the buttress seats in 69, again U S, looked like this, at least based on what I have in my stash.

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You should put your tracks on Alfabb. I suspect there are some folks out there who would commit near homicide for a shot at them.

Best

Vince
 
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