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Old 01-16-2017, 05:10:26 AM
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Default Need to ID old motorcycle seat

Hi, thought someone might be able to help identify what remains of this this old seat.
Saw it at a swap meet and liked the look of it.
Size is about 20" long x 17" wide at widest point , 12" high at rear .
Hope you can help.---Neil.
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Default Re: Need to ID old motorcycle seat

Neil , Here is one that is close , but not any info on make , ect.
https://www.etsy.com/listing/2422493...cle-seat-frame
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Thanks Dave, yes it's similar. I guess a lot would look alike. Some one will take a guess at what make of bike it was off. Cheers, Neil.
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Default Re: Need to ID old motorcycle seat

Here is the site of a fellow who rebuilds such seats; http://www.antiquemotosmith.com/

He does wonderful work & could likely tell you what you have. He recently did this seat for me;
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Thanks Jack, I'll give him a go.--Cheers Neil.
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