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Old 09-02-2014, 09:43 PM   #1
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So I was looking at purchasing some door panel covers shift boot e brake cover and steering wheel cover all in red leather. What are ur guys opinions. Click image for larger version

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Old 09-02-2014, 09:59 PM   #2
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Shift boot and e-brake look cool but the door piece you can see in the picture that it doesn't fit well at all and the steering wheel cover looks massive but that's just me.


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Shift boot and e-brake look cool but the door piece you can see in the picture that it doesn't fit well at all and the steering wheel cover looks massive but that's just me.


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I did some research on the door panel thing and emailed them and they said its a perfect fit but that it was a customer submitted photo and they did not pay enough attention to detail and apply the contact cement correctly.


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That would drive me nuts looking at it every day if some thing didn't go in properly. They probably rushed it to put it on. As far as interior of these cars ford really out did them selves on the "fashion" sense on the inside. I see where your coming from though on trying to give it some pizzazz because man the inside if these cars are boring compared to similar year cars


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That would drive me nuts looking at it every day if some thing didn't go in properly. They probably rushed it to put it on. As far as interior of these cars ford really out did them selves on the "fashion" sense on the inside. I see where your coming from though on trying to give it some pizzazz because man the inside if these cars are boring compared to similar year cars


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Yea most definitely. The interiors are just plain and don't compare at all to any similar year model cars. It seems so outdated and 90s style.


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Boots, hell yes. Wheel, yes but not the Stay Puft version. Not THAT much padding anyway. Door panels... no. If you don't like the plastic panels there you can always swap to the 94/95 versions that have the perforated fabric already like I did.

You can kind of see it here, I need a better pic...

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Boots, hell yes. Wheel, yes but not the Stay Puft version. Not THAT much padding anyway. Door panels... no. If you don't like the plastic panels there you can always swap to the 94/95 versions that have the perforated fabric already like I did.

You can kind of see it here, I need a better pic...


Looks really clean man. I am getting a e brake boot for sure because mine is ripped and falling apart. How do u like your shift boot.


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Lol my shift boot in this one is the original vinyl. A friend of mine back in DE had a redline boot and it was every bit as nice as the mint OEM leather one that was in my Cobra. Nicer even. There are a TON of ppl running the redline stuff, even with LRS offering a legit leather reproduction of the Cobra boot I'd still go with Redline first.
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Lol my shift boot in this one is the original vinyl. A friend of mine back in DE had a redline boot and it was every bit as nice as the mint OEM leather one that was in my Cobra. Nicer even. There are a TON of ppl running the redline stuff, even with LRS offering a legit leather reproduction of the Cobra boot I'd still go with Redline first.

Great I'll go with them then cause I have been needing a change in my shift boot bad. Thanks for the help!!!


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