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    1. #81
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      Those fit great!
      1970 GTO Version 3.0
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    2. #82
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      I also bought a set of BMW M4 seats from F82. They are super comfortable and have buttons on the back of the seat to tilt the seat forward and move the seat forward/backward for rear passenger convenience. Right now I’m on the hunt to find a way to make all power options of the seat work. So far I was able to make the seat move forward/backward and up/down. I also figured out how to light up the M led logo (my upholsterer said he can make some badge to go there like a bowtie or ZL1 logo) devils in the details! The only issue I ran into is the center console from the 16 Camaro fits very tight with the seats. It’s very difficult to open the storage compartment. I’ll have to have the upholstery shave down the door of the compartment probably.

      Enjoy the pics!

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      This is the color scheme I plan to go with when I get the leather redone.

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    3. #83
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      Sidenote about the front seats. The local wrecking yard where I bought the rear seat, I have visited them at least 3 times already and I’m Russian and so are they so we have something in common. Anyway, I told them I was working on a 69 Camaro and I was going to put front seats from an M4 and they immediately asked me how I was going to make them work without the canbus. I told them I read that you can Hotwire them and the only functionality lost is heated seats. They told me they can order a little box that’s made in Russia that’s like a little Canbus and as long as I get the OEM switches for heated seats (and cars that have cooled) I will have all functionality of the seats. They said the box is like $100-$200 depending on what car/seats it’s for. So that’s something to consider and I’ll follow up with them if I can’t get full functionality of the seats myself.

    4. #84
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      great looking seats, they fit well

    5. #85
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      Awesome build!

      I would really love to learn more about the side view mirrors. I have been on the hunt for something with those features for years.
      Larry Callahan
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    6. #86
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      Quote Originally Posted by Larry Callahan View Post
      Awesome build!

      I would really love to learn more about the side view mirrors. I have been on the hunt for something with those features for years.
      X2 on the mirrors. I'd like to see more details on the back seat as well? It looks right at home, and I'm looking for ideas.
      '67 Camaro SS - Currently in build stage but making progress!
      **Brett**

    7. #87
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      The side mirrors are from 13-18 Lexus ES300-350 models. Here is a link:
      https://www.ebay.com/itm/Drivers-Pow...gAAOSw7t9d7byY

      https://www.ebay.com/itm/Passengers-...cAAOSwQKlemQ5l

      Here is a pic up close on the Camaro, to mount it, I just had to grind the inside of the bracket very easy to do and pretty self explanatory once you get the mirrors. Let me know if anyone has any other questions or needs to know what each wire does. The mirrors have defrost, puddle lamp, turn signal, and power up/down left/right.

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    8. #88
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      The rear seats are from an E92 Bmw. So far I only mounted the upper seat. I just simply welded on a piece of heavy angle iron to the wheel tub and welded a nut on the back. The seatbelt bottom is attached there as well. For the top, I used the BMW E92 seat brackets, they have a nice lever that mounts in the trunk to flip the seats down. The BMW brackets are spring loaded so when you pull the lever the seats in the car actually fold down. Another nice feature is that the center armrest comes down and there is a compartment there for 2 cup holder! LOL

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    9. #89
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      I didn’t like the look of the E92 package tray because it looked really plain. So I got one from a 2 series BMW I believe it’s F22. There is a mount for 2 4” mids and 2 1” tweeters. I got it for $90. Way cheaper than shop LLC and looks basically same. Oh and I also plan to make the child restraint tabs functional too. I have a daughter who’s 4 so I’ll need a child seat for her to ride along.

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    10. #90
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      very innovative, the factory appearance is right up my alley

    11. #91
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      Quote Originally Posted by joeko23 View Post
      The side mirrors are from 13-18 Lexus ES300-350 models. Here is a link:
      https://www.ebay.com/itm/Drivers-Pow...gAAOSw7t9d7byY

      https://www.ebay.com/itm/Passengers-...cAAOSwQKlemQ5l

      Here is a pic up close on the Camaro, to mount it, I just had to grind the inside of the bracket very easy to do and pretty self explanatory once you get the mirrors. Let me know if anyone has any other questions or needs to know what each wire does. The mirrors have defrost, puddle lamp, turn signal, and power up/down left/right.

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      Thanks! I just ordered a set using your links.

      I would love to see what each wire does.
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    12. #92
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      Here you go Larry:
      Side mirror
      Pink- Positive turn signal
      Black/red- ground turn signal
      White- up/down
      Red- left/right
      Yellow- puddle light
      Black- ground
      Brown- defroster

    13. #93
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Size:  118.3 KBHere’s what the lever looks like that flips the seats down. Here is a link to the latches, try to see if they have the mounting hardware:
      https://www.ebay.com/itm/04-2004-BMW...MAAOSwhEteA27I

    14. #94
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      Those mirrors look huge!



      Andrew
      1970 GTO Version 3.0
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    15. #95
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      Quote Originally Posted by andrewb70 View Post
      Those mirrors look huge!

      Andrew
      I wonder if they fold out for when you tow a 5th wheel trailer?
      Steve
      '68 Camaro - SBC, TKO600, 3.73 Moser 12-bolt, Speedtech, ATS-AFX, Hotchkis, Forgeline, Ron Davis and C5 brakes (Kore3), Holley Terminator TBI.
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    16. #96
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Size:  316.7 KBHahaha, the mirrors actually fit the car really well in my opinion. Yes they are larger than the factory mirrors that you canít see anything out of but these mirrors actually come even on Lexus smallest car the IS300/350. Hereís a pic farther away.

    17. #97
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      Quote Originally Posted by joeko23 View Post
      I didn’t like the look of the E92 package tray because it looked really plain. So I got one from a 2 series BMW I believe it’s F22. There is a mount for 2 4” mids and 2 1” tweeters. I got it for $90. Way cheaper than shop LLC and looks basically same. Oh and I also plan to make the child restraint tabs functional too. I have a daughter who’s 4 so I’ll need a child seat for her to ride along.

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      Very nice, I like the look. So the factory width with the side fillers fits the back seat space nicely? Could you post a pic of where it meets at the side?
      '67 Camaro SS - Currently in build stage but making progress!
      **Brett**

    18. #98
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      Fits like a glove! Iím not sure how wide the stock rear door panels are but Iím planning to have custom door panels anyway.

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    19. #99
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      Quote Originally Posted by joeko23 View Post
      Fits like a glove! I’m not sure how wide the stock rear door panels are but I’m planning to have custom door panels anyway.

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      I agree, thanks for the pic! I'm looking at making my own door panels as well. They're just flat so you shouldn't have any issues
      '67 Camaro SS - Currently in build stage but making progress!
      **Brett**

    20. #100
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      Small update. I really hate how the stock seatbelts mount to the rear roof section so I bought BMW 1 series convertible seatbelts. Hereís what I did. For the mechanism mount, I welded in a piece of 1/8Ē angle iron to the thick rocker. The other mounting point is in the rear door panel pretty self explanatory and the bottom mount I used the stock location of the Camaro seatbelt. I used the bar the bmw seatbelts came with so the seatbelt can slide for/aft to allow for easy entrance/exit to the rear seats.

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