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Ford Mustang Fomoco Vintage Bucket Seats Pair 65 66 67 68 69 Fairlane Comet on 2040-parts.com

US $550.00
Location:

Franklin Park, Illinois, United States

Franklin Park, Illinois, United States
Condition:Used Warranty:No

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Hello everyone,
Forsale today is a pair of bucket seats. Not sure what exactly they fit. I believe they are from a 69 Mustang. The frames are in good shape. Springs are in good shape. Tracks are in good shape and are sliding/locking. Obviously needs to be reupholstered. If any one knows send me a message!    OVERSEA/INTERNATIONAL buyers are welcomed. Please email/call me to discuss shipping options.  Any questions please call/text 1-708-843-2995. thanks zack 

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