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I love it when a plan comes together. I've gotten the floor pans in , and decided to work on the seat risers tonight. I've completed the drivers side. I saw the mod in Mustangs Plus I think. I lowered the seat risers by 1'. A little fold here, a little cut there, a lot of grinding there.....and tadaaaa. I've only got the riser tacked in, but couldn't resist. I went ahead and test fitted the '94 seats. They fit fantastic (had to modify the seat track). I'm a pretty big guy, but the 1" makes a world of difference. Check me out:
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'67 Coupe project car (Did I say project car? I meant pile of rust)
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Looks like you did a great job!! But I like the Flinstone pic better!! hehehe. Keep posting pics!! Thanks!!

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Jeez, LuiZ!! Those floor pans look great ... want to come weld mine in? It does say in your profile, after all, that your hobby is fixing things for free!

Those GT seats are nice. You're going to be very happy with them. I have '91 seats in my '69 coupe (not GT) and they are very comfortable. I have my eye on 66gt350's GT seats for my '65 project as he's got his eyes on another nice set *LOL*.

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You'll always get what you've always got

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Thanks. And I thought metal shop in high school wouldn't ever do me any good. I'll make you a deal. You pay for the plane ticket, and I'll come out and do the welding for free. LOL

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'67 Coupe project car (Did I say project car? I meant pile of rust)
http://www.americainter.net/~fevans/tangdar_flintstone.jpg
 

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Well, I'll do better than that. I'll pay for your plane ticket and your room and board, if you want to visit Utah and weld my floors in. You could go skiing, mountain climbing or biking depending on the season. If you wanted to you could time it right so that you could see the world speed record competitions (annual) at the Bonneville Salt Flats.

John Harvey

1965 "A" Code Convertible. "298" V-8 (It is way overbored), balanced, decked, milled, forged pistons and rods, high torque cam, toploader 4 speed, red with a white top (glass window), and a white interior with black appointments.
 
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