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    Does OEM 355 seats fit in a fiero?

    HI all,

    Would they fit in a fiero??
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    Re: Does OEM 355 seats fit in a fiero?

    Ron's(sactodreamer) car had real 348 seats in it when he bought it. I'm not sure if adapters were made for the seat tracks, if the seats were mounted to the fiero tracks, or if new holes in the floorpans were made. But this should be proof that they will fit in a fiero.
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    Re: Does OEM 355 seats fit in a fiero?

    You can make anything fit anything with a torch!
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    Re: Does OEM 355 seats fit in a fiero?

    and here is proof.......................
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    Re: Does OEM 355 seats fit in a fiero?

    HI all,

    That would be one NICE show car!!! But still, I never understood why people would put all that stuff on top their engine, I mean driving that thing would take more skill than neccessary to me.....Plus, I want a driveable show car too, but like they say, " To each their own".................
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    Re: Does OEM 355 seats fit in a fiero?

    Quote Originally Posted by superstang460
    Ron's(sactodreamer) car had real 348 seats in it when he bought it. I'm not sure if adapters were made for the seat tracks, if the seats were mounted to the fiero tracks, or if new holes in the floorpans were made. But this should be proof that they will fit in a fiero.
    I had/had 348 seats in my car, however, they were never on tracks. They did seem to fit if they would have been on tracks.

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    Re: Does OEM 355 seats fit in a fiero?

    Yes, 348 and 355 seats as well as most Ferrari seats drop right into a Fiero. They are usually not an option since a pair of OEM seats cost more than a Fiero in most cases. Here is a 348 Challenge wit a set of OMP seats.
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