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View Poll Results: Which seats? Corbeau GTS II or Cobra?
So I'm undecided on which route I want to go with seats. They would be going into a zinc yellow '01 with dark charcoal interior.
These are my two choices:
Corbeau GTS II (these exact seats. black leather with black suede inserts)
pictures belong to "mell0" over on moddedmustangs.
Link to his thread for more pics: http://www.moddedmustangs.com/forums...-ii-seats.html
Cobra seats w/ dark charcoal inserts
The up side of going with the cobras would be having the matching rear seats and not the stock cloth rear.
Which seats would you go for? And if you've sat in either (or both) give your opinion please. Btw the car is a DD not involved in any road courses, autox, Drag, etc. This is all for DD comfort, looks and to get rid of the crappy stock seats.
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I suggest the same as BB, Check out summit seats. I've heard many people say they have the same feel as the upper level racing buckets. I personally like my recarro seats I've taken an all day drive in them and was sooo comfortable. I could easily recline them back and go to sleep.
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