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    Posted 6 years ago

    AAntiquiti…
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    It's clearly a seat control from a car, likely 50-60s era, I'm just stumped as to which car it may have come out of....Anyone got a clue? I initially thought Chevy, but the cutout isn't exactly Chevy's. It's chrome and in pretty good shape with the wiring connectors on the back. Any help is appreciated.

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    1. seeker40, 5 years ago
      First of all, it doesn't look American due to the screw type wire connectors. You have not indicated how the bar or handle or switch operate. Does it slide back and forth with a spring loaded central position? The more info the better chance of a solution. Good luck!

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