Upholstery Standard Interior 1965

CJ's Part Number: U1-V
MSRP: $167.28

Regular Price: $138.99

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Product Description

Standard Interior Seat Upholstery for 1965 Mustangs.

Replace your faded and worn out upholstery with our standard interior style upholstery. These sets are factory style replacements that will give your interior a fresh and younger look. Available in factory color options. Don't forget to replace your seat foam to really make your seats feel like new!

Bench seat upholstery will include new upholstery for the original center fold down armrest.

*1965 standard upholstery will fit 1966 Mustang seat frames. This is a common practice, for example, when wanting to install 1965 bright red upholstery into a 1966 Mustang.

Please Note: When purchasing front seats only, keep in mind new upholstery sets might not be an exact color match to your original rear seat, due to fading or rear sets from other manufacturers. We always recommend purchasing a full set of upholstery and replacing the front & rear seats together.

Click Here for a How To on reupholstering your Mustang's seats.

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Installation Instructions


Difficulty: Difficult

Mustang Applications

This product will fit the following Ford Mustang years:

Product Reviews

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Didn't fit.
I ordered these and SF2 seat foam to recover my front buckets. On the seat backs the upholstery fit perfectly. The bottoms however were a totally different story. On both seats there simply was not enough material to go over the frame. The front and back I was able to squish the foam down enough to hog ring it, but the sides just wouldn't work. The vinyl was about one and a half to two inches short. The vinyl ripped when I tried to stretch it. I won't be returning them though since I'm going to eventually put in different seats and rip will be mostly hidden. Buy TMI vinyl and foam instead.
Wes August 12, 2013
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