Join Date: Apr 2015
Location: Long Island, NY
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Thanks for all of the advice guys!
I went in the yard and dug out the seat frames from under whatever snow is left over from the blizzard. I was hoping they might be salvageable. Unfortunately, they are a mangled mess. The fire was just too hot for them to withstand those temps.
Since my storage shed is now burnt to the ground, I'll have to wait about a month or two to start looking for seat frames. Need State Farm to get me a quote for the amount they will give me and then place an order for a new shed. Even if I found seats now, I won't have a place to store them. My other shed is packed with tools and the rest of my Lemans parts.
Hope none of you guys have to ever go through this crap. The shed was only 10' from my house and we only lost my office which is covered under insurance. It could have been so much worse if the brave firefighters didn't get here as fast as they did. Thank God for them.
Bottom line is, Lemans parts can be replaced. Lives can't!
2009 Pontiac G8 GT (Daily Driver)
1966 Lemans Restoration (in Progress)