1. Junkyard seats.
2. Outta a Fiero..
When I bought my '83 CJ, back in 1995, the front drivers seat frame was broken. I finally went to the "Recycle" yard to look for a pair of used seats. While walking around looking for the seats I came across an '84 Fiero. The yard man said it was about to be crushed. What a waste! I looked at the poor doomed car a little closer. Inside were two great seats! I looked closer and saw little holes in the headrests... and 4 wires going from under the floor-mat to a connector to the back of each seat? What could that be? Stereo speakers were built into the headrests. I had to have them! "How Much?" I asked, an was told $250 for the pair. I told him to crush the car at that price. Tthey asked me how much I would pay for them... $75 for the pair, after all...it's a Jeep. They counter offered for $95. I walked out with two used "new" seats... with two stero speakers built into each seat. I've not had a minute of buyers regret. It took about 2 hours modifying each seat to fit the mount. I've had them for 6 years, and have enjoyed them for 6 years.
I can hear the stereo at 70mph ('bout as fast as I can make the CJ go) on the freeway with the top down. I'm told Volvos also have speakers in some of their seats.
1. They fully recline.
2. Speakers have great sound quality.
3. Seat are more comfortable than stock seats.
4. Very unobtrusive, it is very hard to steal the speakers.
5. Extra Dash area for gauge mounting.
6. Less cost than after-market Seats, sound-bars, speaker
7. Rear passengers can hear the speakers.
8. You save total cabin area!
9. You can also put heaters in the seat if want.
1. Finding a pair at a reasonable cost.
2. Modification is needed to the seat and CJ floor mount.
3. They sit 2" higher than stock seats (though I like this!)