Originally Posted by 95DoubleBubble
Well the local puck n pull has a 96 fwb, and about a half dozen 91-94 caprices/rodies listed in the inventory on their website.
...worst case I'll pull the seats out of the caddy and make buckets....
Caddy stuff inside a B- has been explored, and the sizes/widths/hts are different enough to note. FWB fronts are ~57" wide, while my Imp buckets are 52" out-to-out. - and there's very little left before reaching the map pockets. You can get a little width out of the FWB spread when you cut off the middle and centerrest, but you'll still want to be mindful of the Cady's outboard fixed panels for the heater and lumbar controls becoming a hard interference to the door.
And on that Cady, one word = Inner wheelhouse extension. If the car wasn't nose-ended check for intact either side. Cady's were made of special rigid exploding plastic, where RMS are apparently a little more flexible and yielding material. Cady pieces are impossible to find, so I saw a guy doctor up a RMS to fit on his FWB. Anyway, you get them off and might be able to sell them. And, there's a guy who WTB the gray plastic bumper strips - front and rear. But, you'd have to disassemble the entire bumper to get them off.
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