Here is my problem: I bought a 1969 mustang GT with 7WA interior code. I had some people say that this denotes different teak panels. Marti says: White Decor Vinyl Bucket Seats with black components. What exactly does this mean?
Some people say it shows a unknown deviation from standard 7W
Another post I found from 1998 says:You should be thrilled to hear your car's interior, while
rare, is not some sort of jury-rigged "special". In fact,
trim 7WA means:
White vinyl Low-back "deluxe" bucket seats w/ "clarion" knit insert
This was availble only for 1969 model 76B - a decor group
Mustang convertible. Your description seems in compliance
with the description offered in 1969's "Car Facts" dealer
guide. Some purported "decoders" give short shrift to such
descriptions, creating more questions than they answer. I
hope to clear these up with my forthcoming (we should all
live so long) Windows-based decoder...everything you ever
wanted to know about trim codes. ;-) This was written by Allen Cross whom it seems knew a lot about mustangs.
Does anyone know what the 7WA code means. Thanks