Im looking for some seats for my 67 coupe. I was thinking about '95-'03 mustang seats and was wonderin where i can find some. Do they produce them for individual sale? Or do i need to find some used? (Which seems to be hard to do, checked [censored] and some used part sites) Thanks.
1967 Coupe 4spd:
Newly rebuilt 260 w/ 289 heads (4bbl edelbrock carb)
1" lower 620 coil springs
1" lower 5-leaf mi-eye springs
Edelbrock IAS shocks (rear)
SSBC front disc brakes
American Racing TT2s with Goodyear Eagle GT2's
235/60/15 in front
255/60/15 in back
Welcome to the forum. There are quite a few of us with newer seats in our classics. I found mine through a friend and they were very cheap!! I checked eHay and they had quite a few. Most salvage yards have quite a few Ford buckets. If you do a search here you'll find all the info for putting them in. From the research I did the Ford ones were very easy to put in compared to other manufacturers. Good luck.
through a friend i aqquired 91 gt seats which were a very easy fit. the only thing required on late model seats is drilling a few new holes in the seat tracks.
go to your local yard or pick n pull , anything ford from the 90's would be a good fit. although i think the NEWer stangs 99 or later ?have different seat tracks that might require some more fab work. either way you can make it happen, i know of some ppl who have taken supra seats and put them in their stang. its one of the best things you can do for your ride, i love my late model seats they are so much more comfortable than the 66 seats
THIS IS WHAT I HAVE IN MY '67, WORKS GOOD IF YOUR UDER 6 FOOT 3. I AM HAPPY WITH THE QUALITY, A LITTLE PRICEY, BUT CAN'T BEAT BRAND NEW, AND THEY ARE COMFY....CLICK ON THE LINK. http://www.procarbyscat.com/procarelite02.html
THEY HAVE SEAT TRACKS MADE ESPECIALLY FOR YOU CAR, ALL SAID AND DONE, YOUR LOOKING AT ABOUT 800 BUCK FOR THE TOTAL SWAP.
I have a '92 LX with the deluxe sport seats (same as the GT of the time), and an '03GT. Both have leather. IMHO the seats in the '92 are far more comfortable than the one's in the '03. I am about 6'1" and find it impossible to get comfortable on those '03 seats. Just my two cents.
The AutoGuide.com network consists of the largest network of enthusiast-owned enthusiast-operated automotive communities.
AutoGuide.com provides the latest car reviews, auto show coverage, new car prices, and automotive news. The AutoGuide network operates more than 100 automotive forums where our users consult peers for shopping information and advice, and share opinions as a community.