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02-10-2008 02:14 PM
shortyforty I have a 63 2 door that I did a V8 swap using a 84 Mustang donar car. put the bucket seats into the Falcon. They were pretty easy fit, new holes in the floor and a 3/4" spacer block on the rear mounts to get the correct angle on the seat. Also adapted the center driveshaft tunnel (over the Falcon tunnel) and Mustang console with the e-brake to fit the Falcon.
02-10-2008 10:27 AM
falcon wagon seats

I have a 62 falcon 4dr wagon that needs a front seat. I was thinking about some buckets out of a later model car but am worried that the will not sit right in the car. Does anyone have some ideas on donor cars with buckets or a bench seat?
Thanks in advance

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