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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-20-2008 Thread Starter
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Redoing my interior

My interior was black except for the carpet and seats. Black ones are enroute via the UPS man. I started this just cause of my leaking heater core, I figured while I had in apart why put it back with cracked and\or broke pieces and not all black. I've been trying to find a new seal that goes around the e-brake handle, if anyone knows where I can get one please let me know. Also I ordered Summit Racing brand black racing ( padded) seats, look like regular seats with the harness holes. Anybody had experience with them?

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 02-21-2008
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If your looking to get factory parts go to and they pretty much have everything you would need to build a mustang from top to bottom.

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I envy you! I cant wait to redo my interior! Unfortunatly performance comes before beauty in this project! Post up some pics when your done!
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I have those Summit seats, they're awesome... BUT... you'll need seat brackets to get them in. I got some Corbeau seat brackets and redrilled the holes to get them to fit, those seats have a unique bolt pattern. Or you can get these brackets, they have multiple bolt hole slots and will avert having to drill the Corbeaus. Once you get em in you'll never want to sit in stock seats again. Pictures in my gallery. You'll have a hard time finding the rubber e brake boot, I wound up making a leather boot for it because I couldn't find it. Plus it looks better to have an actual boot, not a piece of flat rubber.


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