Our 1954-1955 VW Beetle Front Seat Upholstery Kit includes VW Seat Upholstery for the front seat only. This custom Tweed Cloth is included on the seating, backrest, sides, and back surfaces. Includes vinyl piping and original padded heat-seam pattern. Choose from our wide selection of colors: Black, Charcoal, Light Grey, Sand, Sapphire, and Red.
NOTE: Color samples are close approximations. Actual colors may display differently depending on your monitor's settings. We remind you we will be happy to send out color swatches of any materials we sell to help you color-match your interior before you place an order for a non returnable, special-order interior item.
We are proud to offer only the highest quality classic Volkswagen seat upholstery on the market. This upholstery was made in the USA by TMI and is backed by a limited lifetime warranty against manufacturer defects.
If you are fully restoring your seats, we recommend purchasing burlap, spray glue, a hogring kit, and new seat pads. We always recommend replacing your existing burlap and seat pads when installing new upholstery to achieve the most complete and professional results.
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Please Note:The information listed below is for stock, unmodified VW's manufactured for sale in the US. VW's are commonly modified and very often parts from another year VW may have been installed on your car. California Pacific JBugs is not responsible for any errors if your car has been modified in any way.
VW Beetle seat frame difference.
VW Beetle seat upholstery difference.
1954-67 VW Beetle Low-Back Seat Frames look very similar, share the same seat rails, and are often switched between cars when replacement seat frames are needed. The Seat Upholstery, however, installs differently depending on seat frame year. We recommend checking if your seat frames are original for your car before ordering VW Seat Upholstery.
1954-64 VW Seat Backrest Frames have a bottom bar with a slit. Seat upholstery reinforcement strip tucks in to this slit. 1954-64 VW Seat Upholstery piping runs from left side to right side.
1965-67 VW Seat Backrest Frames
have a bar with spikes that puncture through upholstery. Spikes are then bent over upholstery edge. 1965-67 VW Seat Upholstery piping runs from front to back of seat backrest.