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11-30-2009 10:53 PM
GypsyR Direct bolt-in. A simple old-school way to get high back bucket seats in a 65-68 Mustang was to rob a junkyard 69-70 Mustang for it's front seats. Your 67 Cougar floor pan and seat stands are identical to my 67 Mustang. Enjoy your retro hotrod seats.
11-21-2009 07:10 AM
johnnykool6 I agree, sounds like a bolt-in! If not, It can be done easily!
11-18-2009 04:36 PM
eloc431962 I am not 100% on this but i bet they will bolt right in. Should not be any differance IMO. If any it won't be enough to matter.JMO

Cole
11-18-2009 03:56 PM
66Moostang
Early Ford Interchangable Seats???

I have a '67 Mercury Cougar that is in all around pretty good shape except for the interior. My front buckets are so badly damaged they may not even be able to be reupholstered. I found a pair of '69 Mustang front buckets for sale in my area and am willing to buy them for my cougar but I am worried they will not fit right.. Does anyone have any knowledge on this matter!?

Thanks in advance!

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