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Old 08-09-2005, 08:31 PM
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Retrofit seats for classic mustang

Does anyone have pictures or articles showing late model mustang interior in a classic 'stang? Thanks!

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Personally I don't like late model seats in the early Mustangs, most is too plain and dosn't go with the look of the car. What I have seen and does go very good is using the seats out of a '71-'74 ( I think '74 was the last of that year span but maby '73 ) Mustang, they are much like the originals but they are more comfterble because they are more of a high back rather than a low back. I do belive they tip back also.
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