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Old 10-24-2013, 08:02 PM   #1
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Mi am looking to put newer front seats in my 68. And brand that is not too expensive but bolts right in?
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Mi am looking to put newer front seats in my 68. And brand that is not too expensive but bolts right in?
Put some seats from Summitt in 67. About $525. They bollt in, but I had to do some minor fab in order for the seats to sit at the lowest setting and fit comfortably under the steering wheel. They're high back and have side bolstering.
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Yep. Been there. There are many to choose from. I wanted some with a higher back and more than just a lap seat belt. Check out the various mustang catalogs. I ended up with Scat ProCar. Matched the Emberglow/Parchment with original paint. I had an upholsterer cut the ponies out of the original seats and see them into the new ones. Good luck
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Alright I'll check those out! And higher back is what I am looking for because of comfortableness
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Look on cl i got a pair for 100$ just had to do a little make a bracket but and they arent to bad in long drives i dont have any pictures now ill post some tomorrow
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Supposedly 99-04 seats will fit. I haven't tried. Someone in the forums used some and they bolted up.
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Supposedly 99-04 seats will fit. I haven't tried. Someone in the forums used some and they bolted up.
Iv actually heard that too i saw it in a mustang monthly article
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Look on cl i got a pair for 100$ just had to do a little make a bracket but and they arent to bad in long drives i dont have any pictures now ill post some tomorrow
Is it hard to make a bracket for them?
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No actually the seat tracks were just two far apart so i just got some flat steel cut it to size and drilled four holes in it. Oh and i got some angle Iron so i could attach me 4 point harness
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Heres some pictures
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Old 10-27-2013, 12:46 AM   #11
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No actually the seat tracks were just two far apart so i just got some flat steel cut it to size and drilled four holes in it. Oh and i got some angle Iron so i could attach me 4 point harness
Sounds good! I'll start looking soon then. Pics look nice!
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My dad put 03 mach 1 seats in his 69 mach 1and it wasn't to bad
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Does anyone know if 2005 seats would fit?
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Old 10-30-2013, 12:51 AM   #14
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this was the article form mustang monthly i saw it says its up to 04....

Late-Model Mustang Seat Swap - Mustang Monthly Magazine
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this was the article form mustang monthly i saw it says its up to 04.... Late-Model Mustang Seat Swap - Mustang Monthly Magazine
Ok thanks!!
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