1967 Ford Falcon Seat Question

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Asked by Apr 24, 2015 at 05:53 PM about the 1967 Ford Falcon

Question type: Car Customization

I have a 67 ford falcon with worn out bench seats. I'd like to replace them with buckets
seats. Buying original is out of my price range. Will the front seats from a 1992 ford
escort work? I don't care about looks.

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Maybe yes, but by drilling new holes for the sliding seat track mounts, so make sure you get them with the seats. Make a hole guide template out of cardboard before drilling & bolting them into something underneath! You might have to get creative with shims or spacers to keep level & straight. The Escort buckets should be close to the same width as a 67' Mustang or Falcon. This is how custom Recaro racing bucket seats are done.

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