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That looks great! Do you have a thread that tells what all you have done?
Here's the SHO gauges thread: http://forums.tccoa.com/16-interior/138234-97-sho-gauges-stock-faces-post1419948.html

The illuminated light switch trim thread: How to: Illuminated Light Switch Trim for the 2nd Gen MN12

The illuminated cruise control buttons thread: Interior: How to add cruise control illumination to 94-97 MN12s

The illuminated mirror switch thread: SATC Blue LEDs - Dimmer Fix

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The fog light switch is out of a gen 2 SC.

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Did you get rid of the ricey lights?

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What did those seats come out of?..A 93 SC?..They look to be in great condition..

Although the side bolsters look tiny in comparison to my 89 SC seats..

Well..You have the Black Seats now..Are you going to go full on Black interior?

These Cougar Floor Mats would make a nice addition to the new interior..

I see your duct taped speaker covers too...hahahaha!


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Maybe. I'm good with the two tone for now, although black carpet is next. Not interested in those floormats, rubber is ugly and that "Cougar" font is ridiculous, never in the Cougar's 35(technically 33) years of existence has Mercury used that font for it, that would drive me nuts I'll get custom embroidered carpeted mats from ACC or something when I do the carpet, I'd really like what I have now where the Cougar head is at the bottom corners, just in black

The seats appear to be for a 93 since the rear has the through-the-seat-bottom seatbelt buckles like my car originally had. I got the seats off platoribs last weekend and I'm not sure what car they came from before he acquired them. The Leather isn't original OEM, these were likely recovered with SCP leather seat covers or done custom from what I can tell. I swapped the switch panels and release latches for black ones as these covers were apparently put over grey seats, and the grey plastic pieces were just painted black to match(I HAD to do something about that lol) and there's a few other tells that these aren't original; the condition obviously, and the perforation spacing looks a tad wider than the factory spacing.

And Brandon, my ricer lights are just fine, hater

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Black carpet or some black floormats would look very nice to break up the grey.

Oh, and put that man pedal to use.

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I don't think I've posted pics of my interior recently; it's slightly more stripped down than the comfy interiors you folks have.



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Maybe. I'm good with the two tone for now, although black carpet is next. Not interested in those floormats, rubber is ugly and that "Cougar" font is ridiculous, never in the Cougar's 35(technically 33) years of existence has Mercury used that font for it, that would drive me nuts I'll get custom embroidered carpeted mats from ACC or something when I do the carpet, I'd really like what I have now where the Cougar head is at the bottom corners, just in black

The seats appear to be for a 93 since the rear has the through-the-seat-bottom seatbelt buckles like my car originally had. I got the seats off platoribs last weekend and I'm not sure what car they came from before he acquired them. The Leather isn't original OEM, these were likely recovered with SCP leather seat covers or done custom from what I can tell. I swapped the switch panels and release latches for black ones as these covers were apparently put over grey seats, and the grey plastic pieces were just painted black to match(I HAD to do something about that lol) and there's a few other tells that these aren't original; the condition obviously, and the perforation spacing looks a tad wider than the factory spacing.

And Brandon, my ricer lights are just fine, hater
As much time as you spend digging around in the junkyards..You're going to enjoy the rear fold-downs..

That should make more room to haul stuff like 2x4's, transmissions, etc etc..

I didn't notice the first time I looked at those pics, but the perforations in your steering wheel match pretty good with the perforations in the seats..

The middle leather sections of the front seats looks great..I just noticed one small blemish on the vinyl portion of the passenger side seat..

Bill charges a premium if you want the 100% leather seat covers though..

You don't happen to know of anyone else making seat covers for the SC seats do you?





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I don't think I've posted pics of my interior recently; it's slightly more stripped down than the comfy interiors you folks have.
WELL what Time is It?!!!
J/K...Looks like a lot of fun.

How about blue?


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The seats appear to be for a 93 since the rear has the through-the-seat-bottom seatbelt buckles like my car originally had. I got the seats off platoribs last weekend and I'm not sure what car they came from before he acquired them. The Leather isn't original OEM, these were likely recovered with SCP leather seat covers or done custom from what I can tell. I swapped the switch panels and release latches for black ones as these covers were apparently put over grey seats, and the grey plastic pieces were just painted black to match(I HAD to do something about that lol) and there's a few other tells that these aren't original; the condition obviously, and the perforation spacing looks a tad wider than the factory spacing.
I have those same seats from a 93 with 8-10 condition OEM leather. Super lucky find at the junkyard. I don't have any recent pics of them installed. I also have the black carpet from a Mark VIII and the combo with the grey in my 94 is not bad at all. I should probably swap it for the aftermarket carpet from Jamie's car to get rid of the built-in dead pedal from the Lincoln. I have too many pedals already. I do plan to go all black in the near future though. I also noticed you have the incorrect shifter still. LOL

The Lexol cleaner/conditioner stuff makes them pretty.


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I didn't notice the first time I looked at those pics, but the perforations in your steering wheel match pretty good with the perforations in the seats..

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That's the reason I bought the FR500 wheel. I wanted it to match the leather in the seats.


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Wife's car, she had idea to cover speaker grills. Old fabrics was torn. Pity she didn't ask which side is up.
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I have those same seats from a 93 with 8-10 condition OEM leather. Super lucky find at the junkyard. I don't have any recent pics of them installed. I also have the black carpet from a Mark VIII and the combo with the grey in my 94 is not bad at all. I should probably swap it for the aftermarket carpet from Jamie's car to get rid of the built-in dead pedal from the Lincoln. I have too many pedals already. I do plan to go all black in the near future though. I also noticed you have the incorrect shifter still. LOL

The Lexol cleaner/conditioner stuff makes them pretty.
http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/c...ps30dcd4fb.jpg



That's the reason I bought the FR500 wheel. I wanted it to match the leather in the seats.

http://i213.photobucket.com/albums/c...psf7f319c8.jpg

I had to give those a double take, your seats look EXACTLY like mine, wide spaced perforations and all. Maybe mine aren't aftermarket covers afterall. Mine even had a gap between the cushions like that(I put a spacer between the foam and frame to close it)

I love how it matches the FR500 too. If these seats weren't perforated I probably wouldn't have been as interested in them

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I had to give those a double take, your seats look EXACTLY like mine, wide spaced perforations and all. Maybe mine aren't aftermarket covers afterall. Mine even had a gap between the cushions like that(I put a spacer between the foam and frame to close it)

I love how it matches the FR500 too. If these seats weren't perforated I probably wouldn't have been as interested in them
Yours look OEM to my untrained eye. Maybe the grey switch panels were the swapped item. You can take a toothbrush and clean all that crap out of that top seam (and other seams!) as seen in your 3rd pic above.

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Mine's just boring compared to the cool stuff here!


On my Ford Contour SE, I had some gauge overlays which were thick and had power to them. They had color options and I could control them through a separate dial... Not sure if they make those anymore. Everything seems to be a vinyl overlay....
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I last posted in this thread in '11, made some significant changes to the interior in '15, finally getting around to posting photos here now.








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Those are Corbeau GTS II's. I made a set of tracks, using a pair of manual MN12 tracks as a starting point.
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I don't think I've posted pics of my interior recently; it's slightly more stripped down than the comfy interiors you folks have.


So this is my first time seeing this thread, and I just have to say, Flavor Flav wants his clock back.

LOL, I do like the stripped down, fully functional look.

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Nothing major in mine, 91 (I think) tweed SC seats front and rear, non fold down, a gauge cluster where the AC used to be, and a custom switch for the power antenna that I practically never use.










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Having to daily drive your project car with a mismatched interior..
That's good motivation to get it finished..

At least this way you can test the car out, before you completely finish it..






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