Mark Houlahan
Tech Editor, Mustang Monthly
April 7, 2013

The Cost of Comfort
We didn't list any pricing in our captions because prices can vary so much on used parts by location and quality. We've seen '94-'04 Mustang interior parts on eBay and Craigslist, but it's rare to find a complete interior. This is why we went directly to MPS Auto Salvage. Tell them what you need and they'll put together all the interior components and ship them out on a pallet. The same goes for products from TMI. You can easily keep costs low with new cloth or vinyl seat covers in a stock pattern, or you can upgrade to the Cobra/Bullitt/Mach 1 style, or even design something custom of your own taste and TMI will stitch it up for you. Lastly, our audio upgrades were mainly to answer a few readers' questions as to how to convert their earlier SN95 Mustangs to the double-DIN dash and we felt these modifications were much easier than changing out the whole dash structure. Audio choices are vast and you can spend anywhere from $200 to well over $1,000 for a double-DIN head unit. Whatever you decide to do, make a plan, figure a budget, and get to work. Nothing makes you enjoy driving your Mustang more than a fresh interior.

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34. Our finished interior is such an improvement it is difficult to put it into words. From improved seating comfort to modern audio conveniences like hands-free Bluetooth phone calls and HD radio, and no more ratty looking seats, headliner, and carpet, we’d have to say the interior on our ’00 Mustang coupe is the best part of the car now; the owner certainly thinks so.