Back in 1973-1974 chevy had a swivel seat option for the Malibu model. Worked really well.I’m having some mobility issues and I’d like to install a swivel but keep the factory seat. Anyone already do this or have suggestions. I don’t want to sell or let the car sit. It’s a 2010 SRT8.
The mid 70's Monte Carlo's had them too. They were actually quite slick!Back in 1973-1974 chevy had a swivel seat option for the Malibu model. Worked really well.
Possibly look into seeing if that seat assy would adapt to the challenger seat.
Also possibly one of the seat manufactures offer a swivel seat base for modern cars.
Cuda Vic, I Just found this seat manufacturer link: ps://www.glideengineering.com
Good luck with the search..........
I know what you mean, but I think a LOT of accessibility alterations are no where near DOT Safety Approved, at least not crash tested. But if it give people a choice instead of not being able to drive on their own, I'm all for it. As long as it doesn't endanger others, who know, I may need something someday.The Problem is now DOT and Insurance reasons the Swivel Seats are weaker and can come apart easier in an Auto Accident.
As to can you put one in never heard of a true DOT Safety Approved Swivel for newer Cars... Things were different then.
You never cease to amaze me with your research and links!Most swivel I see are complete seats. Depending on your mobility, might look into a lower cost alternative
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