You do not carry a replacement seat track for the motorized seat. All I can find on line are people saying the only option is to replace the power seat with a manual slide rail track. That seems to be a poor option for a classic car. I note all the reviews indicate this is endemic to these types of seats - they all break here due to a design flaw. This becomes a safety issue since the seat is no longer anchored. I took my track to a local repair shop and had a small steel plate welded across the other top plates. This strengthened the connection and allowed me to re-install the seat in a functional condition. There does not appear to be any reason that small piece of rail was cut off, as it bolts back in perfectly with extra clearance with the new bracket in place. Hope LMR comes up with something to help with this repair - or maybe my comments helps others make their seats functional again. Ordered this repair kit to correct the slipping gears since they are all plastic and got old.