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I would like to add a seat to my driver that has a head rest and can take a 3-point seat belt. Can someone
suggest what kind of "doner" I should look for?

P.S. sorry, mouse has a mind of it's own.


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Not sure if your looking for a bench type or bucket type replcement, but you might think about one from a Maverick, as some have headrests or even an early cougar, they have head rests as well. I don't know if the width is the same or not, but its a start. Or you could always go with an aftemarket headrest kit, that they make for 65-68 mustangs and bolt that to your current setup.

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I installed a set of bucket seats from a 1985 Toyota MR2 and they look and fit great in my Ranchero. I got them at a Pick a Part half off sale for $22 bucks can't beat that. I looked at a lot of seats and the next best set that would fit was from a Pontiac LeMans in the 90's if I remember right but the Toyota seats were hands down the best.
 

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This is the good stuff! Thanks to all, I need the help!
(I have that Mag light attachment that allowes you to hold
the flashlight in your mouth. Some times I need both hands
AND a flashlight to fine my butt).
 
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