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They refurbished my seat frames added new foam and recovered them. Obviously they are over-stuffed for proper seating position and convertible frame clearance (when top is down).

I am fighting with them on fix but it would be great if I had detailed measurements and clearances. Gary: There are no "measurements" published anywhere.

The center pleated insert originally had a distinct depression in it.

Most upholstery shops over-stuff this area making it appear convex rather than concave. The seats should be narrow enough that the seat can be moved back and forth the entire range of the seat track without "jamming" against the center console.

I SEE AFTERMARKET SMALL DUAL SPEAKERS MOUNTED TO A 6 X 9 PLATE BUT IM NOT SURE HOW THICK THAT PLATE IS OR IF IT WILL WORK WITH MY STOCK HOLD DOWN STUD LENGTH. The 1/2" thickness that you report is way too thick. If you want it to look black, use a black felt tip pen to blacken it.

If you have the original speaker and the cone is torn with no missing pieces, it can usually be repaired using Elmer's white glue and toilet paper. Or as chip suggested, look for someone to re-cone it.

The seat assemblies were constructed and upholstered in a separate facility and delivered to the assembly line ready to install in the car.

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Your block does not look like any 283 ci block that I have ever seen. As far as the lower radiator hose, you have to remove the upper and lower fan shrouds to get at the front lower hose clamp.

There is an access hole in the right front side of the lower fan shroud but I have never been able to properly access the front lower hose clamp through that hole.

I do not know what the front plugs on your block are for, and do not recall ever seeing these plugs on any of the small block Chevys that I own.

I own the following original engine Chevys: 1956 265ci, 1960 283ci, 1962 327ci, 1975 350 ci, and 1992 350 ci. The original oil pan on your Corvette was a high capacity steel 5 quart pan (6 quart oil change including the filter). The passenger cars had 4 quart oil pans, with a 5 quart oil change.

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