TMI Package Tray Vinyl With Speaker Holes Coupe 1965-1967

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Product Description

TMI Vinyl Package Tray with 6"x9" Speaker Holes for all 1965-1967 Mustang Coupes.

Make your Mustang's interior unique with these gorgeous vinyl upholstered package trays from TMI. The perfect addition to any full interior restoration!

TMI's package trays are custom upholstered using heavy 30-32 oz. OEM Sierra Grain vinyl, the same vinyl used in TMI's seat upholstery and door panels. TMI vinyl looks new longer, holds up to wear, cleans up easy and holds its original shape.

This is a direct replacement for your original "waffle-board" package tray. The package tray is a solid one-piece design that is placed on top of the package shelf.

Features pre-cut holes designed for 6"x9" speakers. The speaker hole locations are specific to 1965-1967 Mustangs due to the metal package shelf.

Available in factory correct colors to fit-in with any interior. Certain colors also list the model years for which they were factory-correct. These factory correct colors will fit all years between 1965-1967.

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Installation Instructions

Difficulty

Difficulty: Easy

Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

Product Reviews

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Fit fine
The package tray looks much better than what I had. It fit fine with no cuting or modification. The speaker install does need some metal to be removed for the baskets to fit properly. However, that is not a package tray issue. Looks very clean.
Rene December 10, 2014
Good but install is more complicated then you think
So this is a hard one. The rear package tray area is actually one of those spots in the mustang that has an AMAZING amount of variance from car to car. This seems to be one of the biggest areas where the fact that the car was hand built by dudes with welders in the 60's comes out in force. I also cut mine down but that's not necessarily required. The package tray can be pushed WAY back so long as it comes in from an angle. I think I cut back almost 5/8" from mine by simply peeling back the vinyl and hitting it with a shallow router, not quite all the way through, then gluing it back in. If you do it right you can't tell, but both edges should be "under" things so you shouldn't see anything minor. Lateral fitment was perfect for me. I think getting anything in this area of the car to fit well is going to take time so don't rush and you'll be rewarded.

For the speaker openings, I put a set of Infinity Kappa 6x9's in them which had no fitment trouble (even with some custom boxes and 2 infinity reference subs tucked right up there, behind the rear seat-back).
James October 21, 2014
Great look
The holes weren't quite right for my alpine 6x9's, they were a little larger. Maybe they were expecting undermounts? Really good value though, better than the abs one that the previous owner had in it.

Little tip if there is a small gap between the tray and your rear window seal, put some thing foam (i used left over jute) under the tray and it will stop the gap (and rattle)
Eric June 27, 2014
Good
The Package tray is a perfict fit.
Brian Williams June 26, 2014
does not fit
had to cut down to make it fit!!
jason May 3, 2014
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