I did this to my 98 except I just got a whole swap interior out of a 95 v6 that was in really good shape. Did the TMI/ACC carpet. It fits OK
but if I had to do it again I'd get the mass backed stuff, let it sit out in the sun, use some of the interior glue and get it to fit a little better but its pretty damn good the way it is, you have to look pretty close to see any fitment issues and even then its just nits. And to whoever says its a 10 minutes install, you are smoking crack. You have to trim it to fit using the old stock stuff as a template, test fit, trim, test fit some more and mess with it for awhile to get it right.
Anyway here are pics.
Before shot when I bought it
$460 worth of interior panels, 1/4 panels are not there but included in the final cost
Busted down to its skivvies
Oh, also did brand new TMI Vinyl (yes vinyl) upholstery while I was at it... and foams...
$30 MAC White Faces too
I dunno I didn't feel like messing with paint and the possibility of it flaking or having issues or painting it without a booth or anything like that. All 94-98 cars have a black top half so it makes it that much easier with the SN95. No A/B/C pillars or upper 1/4 panels to worry about or headliner or headrest above the rear seats. Turned out better than I ever could have hoped for and the car looks a MILLION times better than it did. Also the TMI Vinyl is nicer than mint OEM leather. I know, my 95 Cobra had mint OEM leather and these are nicer. 0 maintenance vinyl that won't wrinkle or crack with age is a bonus too.