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    I have two interiors for my hawk, one has a headrest on the passenger side and a level that allows the seat to go back into the lay down position. The other interior set has standart seats that do not have head rest and do not recline.What kind of option is this? http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v1...0/IMG_0180.jpg

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    Headrests could be purchased singly or in pairs. Usually when only one was purchased it ended up on the driver's seat.

    Fully reclining buckets were another option, but I beleive they came on both seats, not just one.

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      quote:Originally posted by ivorydan

      Headrests could be purchased singly or in pairs. Usually when only one was purchased it ended up on the driver's seat.

      Fully reclining buckets were another option, but I beleive they came on both seats, not just one.
      When I ordered my '64 Daytona Wagonaire I only ordered a passenger headrest. My rationale- the driver shouldn't be resting while driving. The difference between then and now is they were called headRESTS then. Now they are head RESTRAINTS.


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