Where can I buy 1969 Chevelle bucket seats?

My current restoration project is a 1969 Chevy Chevelle, and I want to upgrade it to have bucket seats. I find a lot of the original Chevelle bench seats, but not so many of the bucket seats. Where can I find 1969 Chevelle bucket seats?

Jessie Devine · Updated on
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Completely restoring a 1969 Chevelle is ambitious—even more so if you’re upgrading it!
The 1969
Chevelle came standard with bench seats, which is probably why you’re finding so many of them. This was a change from earlier models’ standard bucket seats, which became an optional upgrade from 1966 to 1972.
1969 Chevelle bucket seats will obviously work best, but any Chevelle bucket seat you find in models 1966 to 1972 should be interchangeable and work in your 1969 Chevelle. To find them, visit salvage yards in your area and look for these years.
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