Procar Seat With Headrest Classic Series Driver Side

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Procar Driver Side Classic Series Seat with Headrest.

Procar's Classic Series seats are the perfect solution for your early model Mustang. These seats offer that classic stock look, with the comforts and safety of today's seats. Classic Series seats feature a reclining mechanism and are available in suede, vinyl or un-upholstered. Upgrade the quality and comfort of your vehicle when you go with a Procar seat installation. The all-steel, TIG-welded frame is electrostatically coated for strength and durability. Premium grade fabrics and stitching will stand up to years of wear and tear. Ergonomically shaped cushions made with hi-density, injection-molded foam ensure comfort with the proper support.

-Height adjustable headrest for additional safety
-Seat sliders

*Requires Procar's seat track brackets.

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Product Questions

Can I use (bolt or weld) the original mounting bracket/slider from my factory seat to mount this seat into a 1976 Mustang II?

Asked by: RJPKRP
Procar has seat mounting brackets only up to 1973, so you would have to do some fabricating to get them to work, I would use bolts just incase something unforeseen happens and you have to make some adjustments.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2015-11-04

Are the Procar seats with headrest the same height as the stock seats off the floor. In other words, is the distance from the top of the seat to the bottom of the steering wheel the same as stock?

Asked by: Elad
It is within an inch. Using the adapter brackets will raise them up slightly but they are also adjustable. With fine adjustments you can probably get it down to about a 1/2" from the height of the stock seats.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2015-11-03

How do I install the procar seats?

Asked by: RDW1
You need the Procar seat track adapter, sold separately, along with the seat tracks that are included with the seats. there are two different adapters available, part #81266 for 65-70 and #81276 for 71-73.
Answered by: rk cjpp
Date published: 2015-11-02

The '66 mustang classic seats, with (or without) headrest... no red huh?seats I'd there any options available in order to acquire red?

Asked by: Anonymous
Not with Procar seats, unfortunately. If you wanted to reuse your factory frame, you can install new foam and upholstery in any factory color. We have a huge variety of styles, from classic to modern bolstering, giving you the ability to customize your Mustang's interior to your individual needs. Visit
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-08-20

Colors > 1?

Asked by: tfpiii
Depending on which upholstery you choose (vinyl or velour), several color options are available. Use the drop down menu under the price to make your selection and see available options.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-04-03

do you sell rear seat covers to match Procar classic series front seats ?  I have the fronts installed looking to match the rear. Norm

Asked by: Norm D
We do sell rear seat upholstery from Procar. Look up SEAT51-V, SEAT51FB and SEAT61-V on our website. Those are our rear seat options for classic Mustangs. Hopefully one is a close enough match to yours.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-03-20

If I order these un-upholstered, will TMI seat covers fit on the existing frame and foam?

Asked by: Whit B
No, TMI's upholstery is designed to work in conjunction with TMI foam - it's a very exact fit, and TMI's foam is designed to work with original seat frames. You could likely get the very similar comfort and bolstering from one of the many TMI products we offer, in one of many colors, as opposed to the Procar one which is only available in black. Additionally, the Procar product isn't available without upholstery.
Answered by: CJ Pony Parts
Date published: 2015-03-12

Is the height of the TMI seats the same as stock? Being 6'2" my head almost reaches the headliner. Trying to find a seat option to sit a little lower in the car. Thanks.

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Procar Seat With Headrest Classic Series Driver Side Video Transcript
By Bill Tumas: One of the best ways to finish off the interior of your Mustang is with a nice custom seat. While there are some decent factory options out there, nothing takes your Mustang's interior to the next level like a true custom bucket. Today, we'll take a look at some custom seats from Procar.

One of our more popular seats for the early Mustangs is the Procar Rally seat. It's available in a black, beige, blue, gray, maroon, red or white vinyl, or your choice of black or gray velour. The seat has a nice vintage look to it and large bolsters, as well as an adjustable headrest to keep you planted in the seat.

An all steel tig welded frame is going to ensure durability, and you also have a nice map pocket located in the back and they are fully adjustable. Matching upholstery for the rear seat is available for your '65 through '67 coupe, convertible, or fastback.

The Procar Elite seat is right at home in your late model Mustang or your classic, as well. These are also available in a black, beige, blue, gray, maroon, red or white vinyl, as well as a black or gray velour finish. These seats are fully adjustable as well, with an adjustable headrest and large bolsters on both the back and the bottom of the seat. These seats will tilt forward for people to access the backseat, and the back of the seat is equipped with a map pocket.

The Procar Classic seat is a perfect choice for your early Mustang. It even matches the original seat design pretty closely. They're available with or without upholstery, so you can upholster them to match your interior, if necessary. If you choose to go with upholstery, they're available with a black, beige, gray or white vinyl or a black and white velour. They're also available with or without the adjustable headrest. They feature a full steel frame that again is tig welded for durability, matching rear seat upholstery for a '65 through '67 coupe, convertible, and fastback is also available. Unlike your factory seats, the backrest is ratcheting and fully adjustable.

The Procar Evolution is the most aggressive modern looking seat that Procar offers. It's a narrow fit designed for more racing applications, yet it's perfectly at home in a street car as well. It's got aggressive bolsters, while they're openings for a 5-point racing harness.

It's available in all black finish, black and gray, black and yellow, black and ivory shown here, black and red, as well as black and blue. The seat has a fully adjustable backrest and uses a complete carbon fiber exposed back.

To give you an idea of the size of each seat, we're going to have Sean give us a hand. Sean is six foot one, roughly 185 pounds. It will give you a good idea of how an average person is going to fit in the seat.

Scat offers a wide range of seats that are suited for both early, as well as late model applications. All of the seats include sliders, with mounting brackets available for many of the early models.