Good morning - the Mustang & Universal Pro Series was actually just released. I am working on the email announcement as we speak and our web department is working on adding them to our site.Waylon - these still aren't out are they? If so, can you point us in the right direction? CJ Pony is a little confusing.
I am in the same boat as you bro.Waylon, I haven't been able to find a price on these yet. Do we have to call for price, or will they be posted soon? I'm trying to decide if I want to re-upholster my seats with your Sport II covers and foams, or if I want to just go with the Pro series and save myself the sore hands. Haha.
Our web department is working on adding these to the website currently, so yes - it is a 'call for pricing' right now. Also noteworthy is our dealers will be pricing these cheaper than our MSRP on our site. I know there are quite a few companies that will be adding these to their websites very soon.I am in the same boat as you bro.
I am waiting for someone to sell me these freakin' things. I need a matching set of high backs and rear seat in the sport XR. I am tired of looking at photos of things I cannot purchase!
Waylon! Hook us up Sir.
Thank you for the feedback!There is some posted on website now. Pictures and prices. Honestly for a semi custom US built pair of seats, I'm very impressed with price point.
I've paid much more for premium British built seats and have been quoted as much as $800 to rebuild "carry" in seats for my Mach1 providing them with foam and covers from TMI to go back standard. That is more than TMI are marketing these (considering cores, foam, covers and labor).
Home run in my book!
has the style of the Pony seat now changed? I noticed the Pony style Pro series on your website seems to have extra material on the upper and lower bolster along with the TMI logo on the side. And can the insert color on the Pony style be changed to dark blue sierra color from the 1967 model year?Morning Gents.
The Pro Series will be released by the end of the month - just final internal details to finalize.
Every inch of these seats is being produced here at TMI , in house, in the United States by United States citizens. Of that we extremely proud.
The frames are bent here, the covers sewn and installed here. The frames are 1" steel tubing and yes, they are much more stout than a fox frame.
Pricing is being finalized so I do not have exact numbers on each of the seats below, however I can say that the base model will start at around $850 a pair and the high end, Sport XR highbacks styling will be closer to $1400 a pair.
Tracks will be sold separately as we are offering tracks specific for over 20 different models out side of our current mustang, camaro, Chevelle and VW offerings.
I'll start w/ some photos of the Mustang Options:
NOTE: Headrests are also an option on the the low back models:
Mach 1 high Back:
The Pro Series low back series is available with and without headrest. Yes the highback can be ordered in red and white.Hi Waylon,
I really like the low back red/white deluxe seats. But the headrest pictured in the advertisement kills it for me. I personally don't think this type of headrest looks right in a 65/66 mustang. Is the headrest pictured the only option? I really like the small roll type which comes with the late 80's fox seats. Let me know if this is the only option. Also, is the highback version offered in the two tone red/white color?
There is not a seat belt guide.Hi Waylon,
How are you going to sell any seats if you don't respond to questions?
Are these seats available for convertibles, meaning is their a seat belt guide option?