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Old 05-05-2009, 04:30 PM
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'67 Cougar and Mustang Interoir Interchange??

I just recently bought a '67 Cougar and the backseat has been completely redone and looks excellent but the front buckets are completely trashed! With Mustang parts being much easier to find than Cougar parts, i wanted to know if the '67-'68 Mustang front bucket frame and foam will fit on the Cougar.

I also wanted to know if the High-back style buckets from '69-'70 Cougars will fit the same too.

I was thinking of putting the high-back seats in but not sure yet.. but will either of these from Mustangs and other Cougars fit?

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Old 05-05-2009, 06:30 PM
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Yes, they will all interchange. The cars shared the same frame, with the only real difference in the sheet metal. The high back buckets were an option, and the lower back seats were standard.
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at 1 time, I looked at a '68 Cougar.. 289 V8, think it was a 2bbl, had an automatic, decent shape with original Grabber blue ( pretty sure it was anyway ) paint .. runing/ driving, inspected and on the road.. but it was an unrestored car and had a thrashed interior, so I didn't think it was cheaply fixable, so I passed.. found my 4 door 6cyl Falcon with an ok body and good interior for $500 and forgot about the cougar ( just wanted another old car ).. They had a $1,500 B/O price on the car, shoulda got that 1 instead
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the cougars were 2 inches longer in the area behind the front seats. cougars could get padded leather interior so the window cranks had more offset so they wouldn't rub... lot of little differences
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My Dad was a car salesman, and he brought home a '68 Cougar with a 390 in it to show a customer. He darn near never got that car back from me when I took it to the grocery store! Boy would that thing move.
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