I moved from the F body and Corvette to my first car love...the 1st gen Mustang. It is a different driving experience for sure. I recently purchased a nicely restored 1967. My only complaint, I have no headroom. The top of my head touches the headliner and drives me crazy. I know there are options. The headliner is brand new and period correct so I hate to rip it out and install the suede headliner. Besides, I would still be looking out the top of the windshield. I have seen the lowered seat pan approach, but this is beyond my experience level. The seats are newly upholstered factory originals. Perhaps I could have the foam cut down. I have heard that aftermarket foam is much thicker than factory. I am only 5'10'' so I know I am sitting too high in the seats. Anyone have any suggestions? Also, does anyone recommend a reputable shop for classic mustang work in the Kansas City area?