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updated: Apr 14th 2008 @ 06:45 PM

 

 As you can see in this picture, the seats are the sport seats from a GT mustang from the 87-89 years ( big head rest ). These were a dramatic improvement over my standard seats, which was pretty much destroyed


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Rear hatchback seats in a notchback.

 
 
 
 
 
 
Hurst Comp shifter plus w/ shifter plate.
                                             
 



Also here is a just a pic of my gauges, I know kinda lame, but I was pretty impressed with the final mounting of my SVO tach.



Recently upped my Speedo to the 140 mph unit.

                 





Future mods in this area will be trying to power up the power lumbars on the sport seats, white face gauges, new dash, possibly upgrade door panels to 87-93 models and go with harness seat belts.

Update 11/12/05


 
Before                                                 After


 

Currently right now, I have an Alpine unit CDA 7875 with 4" Pioneer dual cones, with base blockers, in the front and Clarion Pro Audio 6" x 9" 's in the rear

 
 
                                           
 
TRUNK PICS
 
 
                    The trunk area is clean, only a slight modification was done in preparation for a sub bass system to be placed there.  The coupe torsion lift bars were removed to adequately increase more trunk space and convertable trunk lifts were put in place. other than that it is just a pretty normal trunk.
 
 

  





The future enhancements include a sub-bass system which will include a Rockford Fosgate Power 1100a2C, 2 10" JL Audio 10 W 3. Plus an upgraded altenator to compensate the power needed, PA 200 amp, just in case I want to add another amp.


Update: resently I got rid of the 4" Pioneer speakers in the doors for 3.5" Infinity Referance series speakers in the dash



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Last 3 User Comments
91GT347
Jul 20th, 2009 @ 8:27 AM


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Hey folks, I was wondering if someone out there with an 88-93 Fox convertible could do me a favor.  I am looking for a picture of the of the ‘A’ pillar post window weather strip showing the weather strip and inside trim molding (the molding on the inside of the pillar post) and another detail picture of where the pillar post molding meets the door seal molding.  I am redoing this and need an example – my car was repaired long before I purchased it and they kind of did a ‘custom’ job on this area.  I want it to be right this time.

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

 

 

 

Tim

 

 


Well I dont have a vert Tim, but I think I know what your talking about. If noone can help you out that has one, let me know. I think I know where I can go to get a pic for you.

thess6225
Jul 20th, 2009 @ 8:18 AM


“”

Hey folks, I was wondering if someone out there with an 88-93 Fox convertible could do me a favor.  I am looking for a picture of the of the ‘A’ pillar post window weather strip showing the weather strip and inside trim molding (the molding on the inside of the pillar post) and another detail picture of where the pillar post molding meets the door seal molding.  I am redoing this and need an example – my car was repaired long before I purchased it and they kind of did a ‘custom’ job on this area.  I want it to be right this time.

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

Tim

 

thess6225
Jul 20th, 2009 @ 8:18 AM


“”

Hey folks, I was wondering if someone out there with an 88-93 Fox convertible could do me a favor.  I am looking for a picture of the of the ‘A’ pillar post window weather strip showing the weather strip and inside trim molding (the molding on the inside of the pillar post) and another detail picture of where the pillar post molding meets the door seal molding.  I am redoing this and need an example – my car was repaired long before I purchased it and they kind of did a ‘custom’ job on this area.  I want it to be right this time.

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

Tim

 



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