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Will it work fine? I imagine the tracks and studs are all the same, but never hurts to ask before buying. They are offering a good condition set for $200 cdn (130~ USD).

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Thye should fit just fine. As far as I know, the seat mounting for all the early years of the Mustang were the same. Come to think of it, I saw a '67 fastback with Mach 1 seats at the Mustangs Unlimited show in June.
 

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Yep they will fit just fine. We bought a 67 GT500 that had 69 Mach I seats in it. I wish that I had kept the seats instead of selling them. fd
 

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All the 65-73 Mustang seats are a direct bolt in, and all will interchange. All 74-Present seats for all Fords have the seat track width identical to the early Mustangs and will bolt in using your existing tracks and drilling one hole per track.
 

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They will bolt right in. These seats have more padding and you will be sitting up a little higher. That is a good price if they are in good condition.
 

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Chris,
Many years ago I had a 68 Coupe that I ad pit in a set of 69/70 high back buckets & they were a direct bolt in, worked fine. Go for it.
 
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