Most later model Ford seats will work (ie. Mustang, T-Bird, Cougar, Escort, etc.), but you'll have to use your old seat tracks. Basically, you unbolt the tracks off of the new seats, bolt one your old tracks with two bolts, drill the other two holes, and install two more bolts. This procedure can technically work on a lot of other seats as well, it's just a matter of taking some measurements.
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I currently have a set of 95 cobra black leather seats in mine. It looks great and fits great. I have a set of tan cloth 96 mustang seats, they are the same as my leather ones only not black or leather. I am actually thinking of selling them if you are interested email me at [email protected]
While drilling for my Shelby drop I broke the tip of a small drill bit off in the hole. It was a 1/8” titanium bit from harbor freight. Any suggestions on how to finish the hole with out pulling the engine to drill from the other side?
I am baffled. Something that I thought was so easy....does anyone have any pics of the ashtray install on a 1967 mustang. I am confused as to the connection back behind the element and how it attaches right with the correct screws and such to the dash itself. I would like to use the...
I’m doing a 66 v8 conversion and found a heh-bv trans with shift linkage. He’s asking $800. I have no idea what the going rate is. I see rebuilt ones are around 1400. He can’t prove it worked before removed.
I’ve purchased the Scott Drake premium under dash wiring kit. There is a template for modifying the drivers side kick panel. I’m assuming to accommodate the modern fuse box. However no instructions were included. I would appreciate advice from people who have installed this wiring kit
Ok I have a 67 with a 302 in it. Stock gears (boy do they suck). So here is my question, I dont understand spring rate. Everybody on here usually recommends 620 from the posts I have read. I bought some lowering springs from CJPony before I knew anything about spring rate (568#). At the same...