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4/16/2013 8:36 AM  #1


Starting to look at Seat options for a 1965 Fastback

The original seats would need new foam and covering. Expensive, I don't like the low back and my wife and I want comfy old people seats.

I can Craigslist junksome used "newer" mustang seats that would probably need new covers. Price is unknown

I can buy Procar seats and the rails that convert to older mustangs.

What other options are out there? What do people like or dislike about your choice of seat.

My car is a full restomod so I care nothing about concourse or matching numbers. It is a car that I will drive and enjoy, not trailer and baby.

Thanks for the replys.

 

4/16/2013 11:21 AM  #2


Re: Starting to look at Seat options for a 1965 Fastback

Mochaman wrote:

The original seats would need new foam and covering. Expensive, I don't like the low back and my wife and I want comfy old people seats.

I can Craigslist junksome used "newer" mustang seats that would probably need new covers. Price is unknown

I can buy Procar seats and the rails that convert to older mustangs.

What other options are out there? What do people like or dislike about your choice of seat.

My car is a full restomod so I care nothing about concourse or matching numbers. It is a car that I will drive and enjoy, not trailer and baby.

Thanks for the replys.

 Most any Mustang seat from then til now can be made to fit, I have 93 Fox body seats in my 68.
 


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4/16/2013 3:35 PM  #3


Re: Starting to look at Seat options for a 1965 Fastback

Maybe I am a little old school, but I love my MS high back 1970 mustang seats! I did add the sport bolsters. However I have been told the fox body seats with the adjustable bladder are worth a go. 

 

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