In my experience (limited) the factory power seat cars had a lower stamping in the floor to allow for the extra height of the power seat. My F was manual and I put a power mechanism in. Works fine, just have to watch your head getting in, depending on how u have the seat positioned. I like sitting a bit higher, vs my E.
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From: Mick Kreszock kreszockcm@xxxxxxxxxxxx [Chrysler3!
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Subject: [Chrysler300] Seat for a 1960
I have a friend who is restoring a 1960 NY 4 door. It has a manual bench front seat and he would like to make it a power front seat.
Other than wiring, what other issues would he encounter in making the switch?
Also does anyone have a power seat that would work in the New Yorker?