Those look pretty good in there. Are those Mr. Mike's skins? I'm resto-modding a 53 Ford F100 and I've been trying real hard to use some Fiero parts on it from my parts car. The best I've done is a few connectors and the engine compartment blower fan for my heater box.
Posts: 14443 From: Calgary, Canada Registered: Nov 1999
I think the real advantage of the fiero seats over the original mustang's would be the ability to lean them back. The mustang had an adjustable bolt stop with no multi position ratchet lever. That and the head rest for whiplash protection... ok, and the speakers...more comfort too.
The side view mirrors over the quarter windows would make one hellof a blind spot... I'd be hitting pedestrians all day. Do you have any full car pics with the door closed so I could pass better judgement on design?
Posts: 974 From: Calgary Alberta Canada Registered: Mar 2011
Definitely a 67 or 68 mustang. Hard to tell which year for sure given the # or mods. Biggest difference would be side quarter panel and side fender marker lights. 67 didn't have them, 68 they were required by law.
Posts: 4307 From: Sydney Australia Registered: Sep 2004
It's a '68, rear fenders from a '05, 460ci CJ and lots of HP. The mirrors house the switch to open the doors, here is the side pic, The silver metallic is from a Dodge Challenger Wheel rim and the Dark Blue Metallic is a Mercedes Color
I'll take more pics when I get to his garage next week and post them on my website along with other pics of the completed car Here are couple of pics of the trunk