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In my 55 Bel Air 2 door sedan somebody had changed the interior I had posted the front bucket seats at one time to try to identify them and I was told they could be out of a 62 to 64 Impala however the back bench seat the embroidery, stitching, and buttons all match the bucket seats so I'm still trying to identify this interior whether it could be out of a 62 to 64 Impala station wagon or if it could be out of a 64 65 Buick Skylark any help would be appreciated
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X's 3 You can see the impression of the dip of the original 55 Bel Air upholstery pattern in the center of the upper seat. Some one just made slip over covers for the back to match the front pattern.

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If those bucket seats fold inward and down they are 62-64. If they fold straight forward they are 65. 62-64 have chrome going all the way around sides an top. 65 is, I believe, like yours as how they were adorned with chrome.

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I agree 100% these are later than 64 seats most likely 65 seats. The 64 trim is square on the top as it slides within the upper u shaped upper trim . Each 64 and before seat has 3 different pieces to complete the seat.
 
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