behind the drivers seat
No, it is a 2 seater sports car.
I have a '75, I hope it's the same. Tilt the seat forward (release should be at the top of the seat back) and you'll expose to cap bolts that screw up into the seat back and two that screw down into the rear of the seat base. Adjust accordingly.
I own a 1977 corvette and I have adjusted the rubber stops in the back on the seat bottom as well as the metal stops on the seat back where these two meet. These just screw in or out. It is limited but it work for me. I'm not sure if the 1976 is the same but I'd bet it is
No Corvette made by Chevrolet has a back seat. You may find one that has been modified and a back seat added, but not by Chevrolet. The Corvette is a 2 seat car and always has been. Of course there have been prototypes built by Chevy with a back seat but none ever went into production.
I don't believe they had that option back in 1976.
Yes, they all use the same seat rails. They should bolt right in.
No, the Chevrolet Corvette has always been a 2 seater with no back seat since the very first one was built in 1953.
what is the process for installing new seat covers in a 1977 chevrolet corvette
any older model corvette seat will bolt right up
look around the bottom of the seat their should be bolts leading through the floor board take those out (their should be 4 of them) and just remove the seat.
yes they did make a 4 seater corvette.
The battery location on a 1972 Corvette is behind the driver's seat. There is a small door behind the seat that hides the battery.
Look behind the drivers seat for the bar and behind the passenger seat in the compartment under the tray for the jack and socket for the wheel nuts. Ed
behind the drivers seat
Try emailing this guy at the below site, they have racing seat brackets and seat combos. The site does not have it on there but I have spoken with him on some of the corvette forums.
To remove the seats from a 1995 Corvette, you will need to remove the front and rear nuts from the seat frame studs. You will?æalso need to remove the lug wrench that is attached to the seat frame studs.
There is a transmission under the seat and the solonoids may be bad or the cables broken. I was told by the Buick dealer if it is the cable it's about $600 to fix as the entire seat platform has to be replaced. Mine broke on both seats on my 2000 Park Avenue. The front adjuster on the driver side and the rear adjuster on the passenger side.
Check out Corvette Forum.Some members have been retro fitting seat belts from 3rd gen camaros.AnswerI have replaced a 1977 corvettes seat belts with a newer model. It is the Corvette Z06.
No, the 1957 Chevy didn't come with seat belts.
Behind the driver's seat.
It is behind the driver's seat