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Joe, could one of these be a Wagoneer seat? I just noticed how much larger one is. The one on left is original 79 CJ Levi without Straus on buttons due to AMC no longer paying for rights I have heard. The seat on right has Straus on buttons but I can't confirm what vehicle it's out of, only that it's earlier. I scored a Levi Denim Blue complete CJ5 softop today! Major score. Complete with doors to go with the one NOS door I have already.
 
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If your still needing a title, you can go this route. I used them for a boat a couple years ago. You basically sign over power of attorney and they register the vehicle in a state that doesn't require titles. In my case it was $350 and I got registration from Maine in my name. Then it was easy to title here.

http://www.titlerecovery.com
 
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Joe, could one of these be a Wagoneer seat? I just noticed how much larger one is. The one on left is original 79 CJ Levi without Straus on buttons due to AMC no longer paying for rights I have heard. The seat on right has Straus on buttons but I can't confirm what vehicle it's out of, only that it's earlier. I scored a Levi Denim Blue complete CJ5 softop today! Major score. Complete with doors to go with the one NOS door I have already.

doing a quick search, I'm coming up with the fulsize jeeps had three buttons on the back. two door cherokees and trucks would have had a folding back on the seat however a 4 door cherokee/wagoneer would have had a fixed back seat. Jeep also did a lot of weird stuff, so who knows.....

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This was a mega score. Going to make the whole project. It's not Whitco but I believe it to be an era correct Bestop replacement. This thing looks to have been inside its entire life.
 
I was at the Bucket Stitch in Greenville today. They had a new set of Levi seat covers they had built with date coded 1975 Levi material. They also had the correct buttons and side panel materials. They looked SWEET, however a little pricey as the material no longer available to them. He thought they had material for one more set........
 
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