Miles Cook
November 1, 2008

The ability to adjust a seat forward and back on two-door cars like Mustangs is important for various-sized drivers or for having better access to the back seat area. When dealing with vintage cars such as '65-'73 Mustangs, the seat tracks might need some attention in the form of a rebuild. After more than 40 years, some seat tracks are quite cantankerous, making it difficult to move the seat forward or back.

A refurbishment like the one we did at Mustang Country International will fix that. On one seat, you can remove, disassemble, clean, repaint, lubricate, and reassemble a pair of tracks in about an hour. With a few handtools and some wheel-bearing grease, it's an easy job.