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Trade tan buckets for tan bench?

I'd figure before I spent money I'd check to see if anyone would like to trade their tan bench seats for tan bucket seats amd center console. Im in northern Indiana

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Did they have a bench in the super cabs that wasn't a gaudy vinyl and brown/grey

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can you get any pics?
That little part that looks scratched off is the only issue. Other than that the lumbar supports work perfect and they are in overall good condition

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Did they have a bench in the super cabs that wasn't a gaudy vinyl and brown/grey
Mine are just brown lol

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I don't think they ever put a bench in the extended cab trucks. Would make it real hard to get in/out of the back seat.
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I don't think they ever put a bench in the extended cab trucks. Would make it real hard to get in/out of the back seat.
Its a great excuse not to be able to take people places. The gf is the only one that goes in the truck other then me anyway.

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I had a super cab with a bench, splits in the middle and both sides fold in and forward simultaneously

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^^^^^ Rings a bell; from the photos it looks like a split bench from some old '70s boat-car. You could only fold one side at a time.
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I would trade my bench off my 1996 RCLB but I don't know what your looking for exactly in terms of color etc.
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