I am looking for a saddle for my Road King - the closest thing I can find to a classic Buddy Seat. Not a seat with springs - a big old nostalgic, iconic dresser saddle. Usually they came in white back in the day, but also tan and black. People would customize them with fringes, Conchos, chrome diamonds and other adornments, particularly along the large curved flat back area framed by a V-rail. V-rails were also subject to some fancy work from braiding to reflectors and everything in between. There’s got to be a current mfg that offers this saddle. While they could come smooth typical patters were basket weave; textured (like vinyl car tops – pebble texture). Perhaps the most common pattern was upholstered lines running lengthwise. These were not police saddles per se, though many metro departments employed them in black and white. These saddles nearly always featured a V-rail around the back for passengers to hang on to. They're big enough for two but of a solo design in appearance. Very much the stock saddle for touring models up into the early 70s. I got the Road King because I've always wanted to customize a dresser. My idea of what this is, exactly, is not reflected by modern Electra Glides, which is a shame. There is a lot to a name. Road King is much closer. I've looked at Mustang and Corbin. Corbin with the V-rail is close but quite a ways off from capturing the classic lines of Harley full-dress saddles from the late 50 to early 70s. If you google Buddy Seat the images are what I’m looking for – except for the ones that aren’t; are sprung (that’s an older pre-50s era look). Fifties to me anyway I was born in 54.