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Wow that looks really nice, you have one of the best pre 94 interiors I've ever seen on a MN12.

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I just had the interior completely redone on my 94 LX. 2 tone black and tan leather seats, new headliner, carpet, visors recovered, the works. I had some custom work done on the rear seat, Its cut almost in half leaving half the back seat with the arm rest in the middle and a blank space for my wheelchair to fit in while its folded up.

Bottom of the door panels now have black carpet and black leather on the area above the arm rest where it was fabric and same in the back seat. It started as the stock tan interior with black around the drivers area.

Unfortunately I dont have a camera right now but will come back and post it.
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Interior pics

Anyone feel like sharing some of thier custom interior pics and/or ideas. Figured it would be interesting to see some of the things guys are doing out there and may answer alot of questions people may want to ask. Somthing to do.
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The way Ford intended the interior to look! (With the exception of replacing the crappy factory radio.)


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Factory radios look better
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Most of my time/money has gone into the engine bay of my 90 XR7 over the past four years, but I have changed the interior a bit since my last post in this thread:





Some big changes to the interior are next on my list, just as soon as I can find the time.

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Most of my time/money has gone into the engine bay of my 90 XR7 over the past four years, but I have changed the interior a bit since my last post in this thread:

Some big changes to the interior are next on my list, just as soon as I can find the time.
What else have you got planned for the interior?

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Those are just a few of my interior pictures. I'm planning on priming the other door panel piece and sanding it down and getting that painted to match along with the other vents. I still need to clean my windows off and get ready for window tint. A bunch other interior things I want to do, i just have to find the time first lol

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What else have you got planned for the interior?
Mainly, changes in the seating department.

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Ah.

I thought you might be looking at adding a rollbar.

Seats are on my wishlist too.

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blown, if u ever want to get rid of that back seat, let me know! Its the same color leather as mine + fold down. lol i want it

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Ah.

I thought you might be looking at adding a rollbar.

Seats are on my wishlist too.

Nah, I don't plan on ever putting a bar/cage in that car. The main interior work I want to do is to install some aftermarket front seats and delete the rear seat.

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I'm thinking about a rear seat delete. I had mine cut in half almost so the fold down arm was still in the middle but it wasn't short enough for the wheelchair to fit all the way in flush. It was still about 6 inches too wide. So I'm considering just removing the whole back seat since I never use it anyways. I've never seen one with a delete though and want it to look clean, the sail panels seem like it would be a little tough to get it all smooth. They have the spot near the back that goes over the carpeted rear seat belt cover and the arced part where the back of the seat goes.

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I'm thinking about a rear seat delete. I had mine cut in half almost so the fold down arm was still in the middle but it wasn't short enough for the wheelchair to fit all the way in flush. It was still about 6 inches too wide. So I'm considering just removing the whole back seat since I never use it anyways. I've never seen one with a delete though and want it to look clean, the sail panels seem like it would be a little tough to get it all smooth. They have the spot near the back that goes over the carpeted rear seat belt cover and the arced part where the back of the seat goes.
Bruce(392Bird) did a good job with his back seat delete..I'm not a fan of the color "Red"..But this look's pretty good..Maybe if you ask him really nice..He can post some better pics of his interior..







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I'll have to ask him, thanks.

On mine on the drivers side they removed the arm rest and it turned out really nice. They just covered the lower part with some matching tan leather and it blended really well. Problem is the wheelchair hits it when I put it in and it eventually tore a few spots in the leather so I was thinking of something more durable.

Wheelchairs are really harsh on interiors no matter how careful you are. On mine I want it paneled in where the seat goes so it's all flat. I saved the black lap belts and buckles too and will eventually figure out a way to strap the wheelchair down once it's in there. The biggest problem is being able to reach the belt from the front seat to lock it down. It will be a challenge but I'll get it worked out eventually.

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Here's Nickleman60's rear seat delete.






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Decided to lighten mine since these cars are so heavy




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I really like that, gave me some good ideas. The fact that he framed it in makes it easier to make it all flat.

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You should take the doors off too since those are so heavy!! bwhahahaha hell while your at it throw a DOHC 5.4 in there

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I got bored and decided to tackle my passenger side door panel and get it ready for paint. Got rid of that textured plastic and smoothed it and now have it looking like this:



Hoping to get it to match my interior driver side door panel now.

BTW; i used 150 grit sand paper on a small DA to sand down the roughness then went over it with 320 to smoothen it out and get rid of the 150 scratches. then rattle can fill primer went over it

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Nice work, but It's textured to match the grain on that side of the dash, if it's smooth it will stick out like a sore thumb IMO

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Be sure to post the finished product. I have always liked how the driver's side color scheme was separate from the passenger side. I always told my girlfiriend when we were in my car, if it's black, don't touch it lol.

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