Re: SN95 seats DON'T just "bolt to our tracks"? Reply #15 – October 23, 2019, 05:03:20 PM QuoteI did some seat "upgrades" using TMI items as well. I was able to take a stock set of Turbo Coupe seats and modify them. First, I stripped them down to the bare frames, added upgraded "Cobra" style foam with more aggressive bolstering from TMI. Then, I recovered them with a seat cover set from TMI that I was able to custom spec the color combo/material for ... the SVO Mustang used the same charcoal color, so it matched up nicely. This allowed me to keep the adjustable side bolsters and knee bolster along with the lumbar.Here's the link, but all of the photos have since disappeared:https://www.foxtbirdcougarforums.com/index.php?topic=40410.0Pics of the finished product ... you'll have to forgive the lighting. This is where I ended, but there was a lot of experimentation along the way. I did some hole drilling in a spare power seat track with some Corbeau seats, but just never got them to fit to my liking. Looks like yours bolted up without too much issue, Good job. Yeah, they sell fox-mustang "Cobra-like" replacement foam and upholstery. I am still tempted to try such a thing out, but I'd also need to repair my broken or bent driver seat-back. There's things that I just like about the stock seats.Would be easy to flip the Mustang seats.