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So I was looking at my new Dearborn classics catalogue I got in the mail today and was looking at possibly getting a basic interior kit for my car but seeing as nobody makes an interior kits was looking at the one for a 67. My question for you guys and gals out there was if anyone knew if the door panels and the kick panels and anything else you might be able to get for the 67 would work, even with some minor modifications. Any input would be greatly appreciated.
 

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I will have to try and do that next week maybe. Any chance anyone with a 67 out there could measure the bench seats in their car and let me know some dimensions on them. My front is a split bench. Thanks!
 

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I replaced my door panels and carpet, and recovered my seats with the kit from Dearborn Classics and was well pleased. I did have a local upholstery shop install the seat covers as well as "prepare" the door panels for installation. I also used their stuff to redo another 67and it turned out great. It is well worth the money. Roy
 

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My 67's seats are out of the car so I did a little measuring:

Front bench seat (full bottom, split back)
56" wide
25" deep
49 1/2" from hole to hole where the tracks are secured to it (the tracks are not on the seat right now)

Back bench seat
Top - 23 1/5" tall
- 60" wide (at the base)
- Bolt holes are 13 1/8" from center
- Clip bars extend 5 1/2" from the main supports (that have the bolt holes in them)

Bottom - 60" wide (at the front)
- 21" deep
- Clip bars go from 12" to 21" from the center
 
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