Classic Mustangs (Tech)Technical discussions about the Mustangs of yester-year.
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We have just picked up our new 1968 6 Cylinder Coupe from the shipping agent yesterday. I was surprised how tight the gap is between the steering wheel and the seat. I'm 6 foot 5 and pretty skinny and I can just squeeze in. My wife who's pretty young and fit couldn't get in herself without displaying her legs to the world. The car is going to be my wife's daily driver so I need to sort this out PDQ
Is it possible to adjust this? What other options de we have bearing in mind that this in a non power steering model so swapping to a smaller wheel would make the steering very heavy.
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Thanks for your input guys. Bit bummed that we will need to throw a fair sized wedge of cash at the issue having just spent up kind of large on the car and shipping her half way around the world but that the deal when you get into classics I guess. It will all be worth it in the end and it sure is a pretty little car :-)
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