TMI Sport R Full Length Center Console with Chrome Trim for 1967-1968 Coupe and Fastback Mustangs without Air Conditioning.
If you’re looking for a newer style center console for your 1967-1968 Mustang, Look no further. TMI has come out with yet another amazing custom masterpiece to make your Mustang stand out. This center console extends from the back of your front seats to the center of the dash. TMI includes two cup holders, allowing your passenger to enjoy the ride without holding drinks while you're driving.
This center console from TMI is available for Mustangs with automatic and standard transmissions. A cubbyhole is mounted in the front and can be removed for adding components in your classic Mustang. This is a great interior part to add for 1967-1968 Mustangs that where no equipped with a center console from factory.
Please Note: TMI Sport R full length center console will not work with 1967-1968 Mustangs with factory air Conditioning.
Just like the deluxe consoles, the Sport R features a chrome trim that runs along both sides from the center of the console compartment to the front of the console. High quality French-seam stitching is available in many colors for a killer look.
A plush fold-back arm rest/console pad includes a map pocket, hidden console pad hinge and storage compartment underneath. Below the storage compartment is another hidden compartment for your most valuable items.
TMI Products unique Sport R consoles feature premium vinyl with unisuede inserts and contrast stitching available in multiple colors. Sport R consoles match TMI's Sport R upholstery and one-piece unisuede headliners. Each of their products is manufactured in the USA with attention paid to maintaining the highest quality, using the best materials available. So, if you're looking to upgrade or replace any aspect of your Mustang interior, CJ Pony Parts huge lineup of TMI products has everything you'll need.
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First auto or manual. The install video was for a manual and I wasn't quite satisfied with just tucking the shifter boot in. TMI claims this will work for an Auto, which I have, but honestly I've been a bit afraid to cut holes in the thing to screw-down the auto bezel because it feels like it's elevated enough that it may hit on the extreme forward or rear positions (park or 1).
TMI claims that it's sized for a double din stereo, which is absolutely true. However, they do not tell you that there is absolutely no way to mount said stereo without alterations. I ended up epoxying some internally notched and bracketed wedges to the fiberglass on the inside so that no screws would show through. That said, it looks great with a perfectly flat screen-based stereo in there and allows me to keep the stock AM radio in-dash. It's also got JUST enough room under the stereo for small switches. I mounted switches for the heated seats that I put in when I did the Sport R500 seats.
It looks good enough that I can't justify knocking off a star for the stereo fitment and shifter bezel, especially because I haven't tried screwing it down. I would highly recommend, easy 5-stars.
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Shown here is a '64-'66 deluxe console. All deluxe consoles will have this chrome trim going around the edges here. The '65 -'66 will be two-tone to match the Pony interior. The '67-'68 will all be solid colors to match your deluxe interior. All of TMI's full-length consoles have the exact same features, in the front a nice: deep storage pocket that can be removed. You can install a doubled-in stereo. They have a cutout that will fit both a manual or automatic shifter, a pair of deep cup holders, and in the back a large storage bin with a pocket in the back for a map and removable storage.
The console fits really tight to our transmission tunnel as well, as under the dash, so to install it, it's going to require us to remove our shifter. If you have an automatic, there's going to be a retaining bolt in the back of the T handle. Remove the T handle first, then you remove the bolt for the handle. In the case of our 3-speed, there's only two 1/2" bolts to hold the shifter to the transmission, that we're going to need to remove to remove our shifter. You also want to check under the dash in this area here to make sure there are no bolts or ground sticking out that could damage the console when you install it.
We'll slide our boot up out of the way. We're going to push it forward to access the rear bolt. Get it down into place between the seats. Simply slide it forward. It is a tight fit, like I said, under the dash. Give it a couple bumps, get it lined up with our shifter opening. We're going to reinstall our shifter. And our installation's finished.
Our TMI full-length console looks great and gives us all the amenities you'd find in a modern console. Installation is straightforward, and takes about 10 to 15 minutes. You'll be back on the road in no time.