Today with more luck. Found this babe for 10€ (overpriced anyway), pic1. Then to the car junkyard to look for a seat. And found this, for 20€, pic1. In pic2 I have taken off all the "soft stuff".
And good news, I got my uncle persuaded to do some welding so I have lot more freedom on how I will attach the seat and the chair. (I could have welded the stuff at my uni, but I'm "a bit" lazy ). Atm., the chair does not have wheels yet, but it has holes on its "feet" where I can attach some of my own. After this post I'll start making plans and go cutting parts so I have it all ready when the judgement day comes
Too bad I just broke my pedals with new springs installation, so my driving experience at the moment is really encouraging me to go on with this
After 2 days of extensive testing my ass and myself agree that this has been the 4th best 30€ I've ever spent (LFS, GPL and drunken trips top it but...). It did took longer than I though because I accidentally made it too tall at first. My legs couldn't reach the floor . After some mind blowing massacring I got some parts cut off and it started to look better. Called my uncle, told him to stop bitching and start welding.
I have an Idea
Take your old car in teh garage, put it on axel stands,remone the shocks, slap in four four hyfraulic rams, link up your wheel/pedals/gears etc.get a four inch tft screen for your rear view mirror, place a white canvas on the windscreen and driver/passenger windows, get three projectors and point em' at the screens, get some tech guru from LFS to write some app to tell the rams when to work,get a six pack from the offie,jump in put the pedal to the metal and let the good times roll baby
Actully it's quite good now. It is few centimeters too tall still but it is so little that it doesn't bother me. I just put a 10 cm metal box under my pedals to raise them a bit and it feel pretty much perfect