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Old 06-17-2014, 08:19 PM   #1
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Seats from a new(er) Mustang in an older Mustang

I had a 2013 Mustang GT for a rental car recently and I really liked the seats. Anyone know if seats out of a newer Mustang will fit in my 2003 Mustang? I am sure it will take a little modifications, I was thinking of trying to get the seats from a salvage yard.
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I've seen it done numerous times, they bolt right in. You may want to spacer them up to get the height to where you like it but that's just a few $$ worth of washers.

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ok thanks for the info.
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ok thanks for the info.
let me know if you end up doing it, i was also thinking about this
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I also need to figure what to do with the rear seats if I did this. I am thinking they would have to be recovered to match the new front seats.
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If you have a 94-98 the black is a close/near perfect match. The fug 99-04 Charcoal is not. You can just delete the rear seats honestly unless you have a small child who likes to go for car rides like I do.
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well primary car is a 370Z which has no back seat. I was liking having a car with a back seat but if it comes down to it I will delete it.
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