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Tristen Rivera

1975 Lemans Sport Coupe GT interior

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I was curious as to where I could find a seat cover for the 1975 Pontiac Lemans Sport Coupe. I haven't been able to find much online. Thank you! 

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I would call the folks at Legendary Auto Interiors and see if they have any patterns for the Colonade Pontiacs. If not, then you will to essentially have custom upholestry done, using you old seats as the pattern. I had to go that route on my Trans Am since no one makes a kit for Recaro seats but the fabric is still available.

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