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I'm on the home stretch of piecing together the project car (that was mid-project by PO when I bought it) and have a few parts left over from the boxes of parts that I'm not sure what they are nor where they may go? Attached are a couple pictures of two items in particular... the others I have, I'm still researching to confirm what I figure out. :)  Thanks for any help.

 

-RoyW

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The bottom two are for the 75-76 seat mechanisms. They slide through  the mechanisms and capture the rod that spans the bottom half if the seat. This allows the recline to operate both of the seat mechanisms at once. 
 

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as I recollect, the flat one is for the side of the seat with the recline handle. The one with the double bend covers the other side. I am getting old though, just know they are sided

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The top part is a support for the brake servo.

attaches to the lower servo mounts and driver side inner fender  well. 

Sorry no pic, not easy to see there on a complete car.

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