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07 Mustang seats into a 65 Mustang!!

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Old 02-22-2014, 03:40 PM   #31
Retired Boomer
Join Date: Jan 2014
Vehicle: 1966 Ford Mustang Fastback
Location: Colorado
Posts: 3

Reviving an old thread...

Big thanks to Xargon321! The photos & instructions were invaluable.

This is a terrific upgrade... perfect fit and feels great!

My old very uncomfortable '66 seats:

New seats from '07 -- comfortable, firm, and supportive:

'07 vs '66:

'07 has about 6.5 inches clearance:

'66 has about 5.5 inches clearance:

Note to Shoppers: I believe 2008 was the first year that side airbags were standard in all Mustang seats. That's why I shopped for '05 - '07 base seats.

Seat Weight: For an apples & apples installed comparison, I weighed both seats with the '66 tracks attached.

'66 seats: 33 lbs/each

'07 seats: 31 lbs/each

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