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I have a 1967 Coupe with a bench seat. Apparently it's somewhat "rare" and I'm finding that out while searching for a refurbish kit for it. Can't find it anywhere... is there even a kit on the market for it or do I need to have it done at an upholstery shop?
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67' Mustang coupe
347 stroker w/ AFR heads
Unusual, but I gotta say, they are nice on a road trip, since they have a fold-down arm rest.
Upholstery for these is no problem, except of course it's special order. You'll need to use a cooperative Mustang dealer, such as Glazier/Nolan. The bench is rare enough that it's not in the catalog, but nevertheless can be ordered.
Originally Posted by MustangFTW
i have never seen that anywhere. usually they have 2 seats w/no console or 2 seats w/console
wheres the shifter at?
sorry worded it wrong, meant that i feel as though the shifter is kinda farther then armlength with any seating setup.
maybe its just me, i have the seat all the way back. or i just have short arms....
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