Triumph Spitfire Low-Back Seats and Fittings (Mk1, Mk2, Mk3)
Original Seat Frame Specification & Fitment
Mk1 & Mk2;
ALL Markets (Worldwide).
Non-reclining, Non-Headrest, Seat tilts.
Bucket type Low-back fame with solid seat back (Squab).
Mk1: Seat cushion (Base) fitted into a deep metal Spring case.
Mk2: Seat cushion (Base) fitted into a deep wire basket.
UK & All European Markets.
USA models 1967 only.
(See also Special Note for USA M3 Models);
Non-reclining, Non-Headrest, Seat tilts
Bucket type Low-back frame with solid seat back (Squab).
Seat cushion (Base) fitted into a deep wire basket.
Special Note: USA Mk3 Models.
For 1968, USA spec Mk3’s were fitted with a Low-back seat with a tubular frame which used rubber straps across the back. The seats were reclining, Non-headrest and Non-Tilt. Apart from the actual seat frame, all other mechanical parts are the same as the High-back type seats introduced in 1969.
See Seat Frame Fittings - Low-Back Seats Mk3 USA 1968
From 1969 to 1970, USA spec Mk3’s were equipped with High-back seats that had built-in headrests.
See Seat Frame Fittings - High-Back Seats Mk3 USA 1969-1970.