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Old 02-27-2012, 04:59 PM   #1
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I have a 66' so I usually cruze around over there. However I just recently picked up 07' front and back seats. I have removed the driver power and manual pass. seat brackets (They are for sale). Im in the process of putting on the 66' brackets and installing them. Since I can't use the power driver seat (due to seat riser mod.) I removed all the power but I want to remove the button on the side of the seat.

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In 07' did they make a manual driver seat if so will someone take a picture of their plastic trim at bottom to verify no buttons?

Sorry may be a basic question but I am totally unfamilar with Mustangs after 92'

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Old 02-27-2012, 05:28 PM   #2
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To be honest I don't think they did, I believe power was standard on the driver seat and some passengers were manual.
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To be honest I don't think they did, I believe power was standard on the driver seat and some passengers were manual.
+1 I haven't heard or don't know of any 2005+ that have a manual driver seat, now my passenger one is manual and most of all I know have a manual passenger seat.
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Old 02-27-2012, 06:03 PM   #4
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Will 05' seat trim work....remember cosmetic not for function. I know 05' had manual both on some scaled down models...are the seat the same 05' vs 07'
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It's the same seats and brackets between the years, but I don't think ford produced a manual driver's seat for the s197
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Old 02-27-2012, 07:13 PM   #6
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Is this proof?
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No it's not proof, like redfire said I haven't heard of or seen any with a manual seat, if there is a manual seat, I would say they are quite rare.
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Hmmm well guy in 66' forum has this set installed in his car recently. I was hoping to see more pictures. I called FORD dealership today but guy was filling in when he told me he found one for $75 It will still end up being manual cause of 66' seat tracks but really wanted to delete non-useable buttons.

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You dont think those are 05-07?
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Not saying those aren't, of the clubs and car shows and racing events I have been at I haven't seen one so its a first for me.
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Well If anyone else can chime in that would be nice. I actually thought I was asking a simple question.
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