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]
I went out and looked to see exactly what steering box I have and as suspected, its the HCC AT box. So, now I'm faced with a decision. Do I send this box to Chock to rebuild and add a roller Shelby quick steer kit to it OR do I need to find a 16:1 box and put the quick steer kit on it? I'm...
Does anyone have any advice for telling a set of 1967 door speaker grilles from the Scott Drake knockoffs other than assumptions of their age based on their condition?
Are their materials different?
I've never seen a set in person off of a car.
This may sound like I‘m crazy but since the compressor goes on the passenger side, shouldn’t the condenser also go on that side? The pictures I’m seeing are for the hoses and they are going in the drivers side and crossing over the engine? Anybody got pictures of this.
So I have a 67 that the previous owner did some extremely questionable mods on. I’ve remedied the most concerning mods, but an interesting rear shock replacement remains.
I’m planning on getting new shocks and leaf springs, so this will be removed within the year. I’m really just curious what...
I've recently become more interested in cam (and carb) voodoo. I know people will say, "get a custom cam," but I don't want just ask someone else what cam I need for my engine. I want to be able to know myself. Without back-to-back dyno results you can't really know for sure what cam will work...