Get Rid of Faded, Cracked, and Fading Parts
Your steering wheel, seat belt, seat, and door handles are all going to be used every single time you enter your Mustang. Over more than 50 years that adds up to a lot of wear and tear. But all of these pieces are also surprisingly easy to replace. Even larger parts like headliner and carpet can be swapped out for replacements.
If you're just looking to replace a broken 1969 Mustang interior part, you may want an exact factory duplicate. It'd be a little weird if your door handles didn't match after all! Fortunately, there are OEM style replacements for all of these parts. You can also opt to upgrade them though. There are tons of options for 1965 Ford Mustang GT interior parts like steering wheels and seats. If you love your classic Mustang but wish it had a more supportive seat you can add one.
With some parts like gauges and warning lights, you'll also need to make sure they have what they need to function. That means wiring and new light bulbs if any have burned out. While some of your interior items are about comfort, knowing what's going on in your Mustang is crucial for making the right choices on your drive.
Not the year you are looking for? Check out these years: 1964, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, or 1973 for additional options.