Our Classic range of seats has heritage at its core, from the original flagship GT8 bucket seat to the ever-popular Corbeau Classic seat. All of our Classic seating products are made to order, with standard trim designs and bespoke trim designs available to order.
The GT4 retro seat model is great where interior space and headroom are at a premium. As standard, you can choose between an all vinyl cover or a vinyl with cloth centre cover with or without eyelets.
The Sportsman recliner is a narrow sports car seat that has been designed for tight cockpits and kit car builds. Quite possibly the smallest reclining seat on the market, you can choose from an all-vinyl or cloth trim with piping and headrests.
The Classic/Alpine seat share the same construction, with a size option of either Standard or Wide. These iconic seat products are one of the most popular models within the range, which we often see being specified in a fully bespoke trim design.
Our GT8 seat is quite simply a seat that has a heritage that we are very proud of. With its unique highback design and harness capabilities, this is a great choice for your classic vehicle. We can manufacture the GT8 seat in our standard trim options or offer you a fully bespoke design.
A brand new addition to the Classic range is our Classic Sprint model. A derivative of our Sprint X seat from the Motorsport range, this seat brings together a hybrid of modern manufacturing methods and a Classic cover design. Since its launch we have seen lots of different designs and ideas being ordered, speak to our sales team to find out what is available!
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Corbeau Seats Ltd was the first motorsport seat manufacturer in the world. The original Corbeau Equip was launched back in 1963 by original owner Colin Folwell. Colin found that standard road seats in his race car did not offer the support nor protection required by the tremendous speeds being produced by race cars at the time. Therefore he developed the first ever race car seat here in East Sussex, where Corbeau Seats still proudly produce road and race seats.