1967 Mustang Interior
The interior of a car says a lot about the driver. What does yours say about you? Making your 1967 Mustang’s interior unique should be fun, and the payoff for your hard work will be felt every time you get in your car. Our selection of factory replacement and aftermarket 1967 Mustang interior parts make it easy to achieve just the style you’re looking for in your car’s cabin. Whether you want to turn things up to eleven, need to fix a broken seatbelt or want that tough-to-find factory original trim, CJ Pony Parts has an extensive collection of 1967 Mustang interior parts and accessories. We’ll help you make the driver’s seat your favorite place to be.
1967 Mustang Interior Parts and AccessoriesThe type of interior parts you’re looking for will vary depending on your application, and we understand that. Our Mustang experts have assembled a great selection of interior parts from the most trusted names in the business such as Scott Drake and New Vintage, along with factory reproduction parts that you can trust on your car. Our most popular interior parts include:
• Headliners: A worn-out headliner can make stepping into your car’s interior feel like stepping back in time, and we don’t mean that in a good way. Luckily, we’ve got a great selection of headliners in different colored quality fabrics. They’re easy to install and can be the single most important step in breathing new life into your 1967 Mustang’s interior.
• Door panels: You should appreciate your door panels — they do a lot for you. The door panels on your car aren’t there just to look good. They form the sides of your car’s cabin and house controls such as your window adjusters. Much like your headliner, original door panels can fall victim to wear. Replace them with a set from CJ Pony Parts for a difference you’ll notice immediately.
• Gauges and gauge pods: Your gauges communicate crucial information and are one of the most stylish parts of your 1967 Mustang’s interior. We have everything you’ll need to restore your car’s period-correct look or equip it with a retro-mod style gauge set. Sets include the gauges themselves, as well as sending units and surrounding trim.
• Radios: Sure, you can mount an aftermarket head unit in your car, but if you want to give your 1967 Mustang’s interior the look and feel of the real thing, there’s nothing like a period-correct radio. You won’t have to sacrifice modern technology to do it, either. Thanks to the minds at Custom Autosound, you can enjoy all of the amenities you’d expect from a modern-day head unit in a beautifully finished package made to look like the one your car left the showroom with.
Not the year you are looking for? Check out these years: 1964, 1965, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, or 1973 for additional options.