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    Good Quality/Fittment Seat Covers?

    I've been looking all over for a seat cover for my 50/50 folding split bench in my tudor. I don't even care about the rear seat that much, I'm just trying to find a GREEN seat cover that is made for this style front seat. Anyone have a cover they're happy with or see one I missed somewhere?

    P.S. I'm looking to spend around $25-$100, I know there are some nice options for $200+, but I could get the seat reupholstered for that kind of money. CRAZY!

    #2
    I have been looking for 50 50 split bench seat covers as well and cannot find them anywhere. I did manage to fit some low back bucket seat covers over my split bench seats. Just had to cut a hole for the seat belt and the armrest bolt. The set I am using was from Pepboys over three years ago. They fit well for not being meant for that kinda seat. Never seen them in green though. I don't know the brand off hand either.
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      #3
      I was about to start this thread. I can't find any either....I don't know think one would be terribly hard to make. Would need a Ford logo, of course
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      - 1990 Ford LTD Crown Victoria P72 - the street boat - 5.0 liter EFI - Ported HO intake/TB, 90 TC shroud/overflow, Aero airbox/zip tube, Cobra camshaft, 19lb injectors, dual exhaust w/ Magnaflows, Cat/Smog & AC delete, 3G alternator, MOOG chassis parts & KYB cop shocks, 215/70r/15s on 95-97 Merc rims

      - 2007 Ford Escape XLT - soccer mom lifted station wagon - 3.0 Duratec, auto, rear converter delete w/ Magnaflow dual exhaust

      - 2008 Mercury Grand Marquis Ultimate Edition - Daily driver - 4.6 2 valve Mod motor, 4R75E, 2.73s. Bone stock

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        #4
        I've also been wondering about the headrests. A friend of mine has a sewing type ish business, she's quite good at it, and can seem to make anything. The headrest on my car is more of a neckrest because I'm 6'1...I was thinking I could bring one of my headrests to her and get her to make an addition, just something that is (somewhat) soft that could slip over the existing headrest to make taller and perhaps wider, have a zipper on the bottom so it couldn't move


        If this headrest thing works for me would anybody else be interested in them? Having custom made ones would be pretty cool.

        I'd imagine you could get it to look however you wanted or be as big as you needed.
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        - 1990 Ford LTD Crown Victoria P72 - the street boat - 5.0 liter EFI - Ported HO intake/TB, 90 TC shroud/overflow, Aero airbox/zip tube, Cobra camshaft, 19lb injectors, dual exhaust w/ Magnaflows, Cat/Smog & AC delete, 3G alternator, MOOG chassis parts & KYB cop shocks, 215/70r/15s on 95-97 Merc rims

        - 2007 Ford Escape XLT - soccer mom lifted station wagon - 3.0 Duratec, auto, rear converter delete w/ Magnaflow dual exhaust

        - 2008 Mercury Grand Marquis Ultimate Edition - Daily driver - 4.6 2 valve Mod motor, 4R75E, 2.73s. Bone stock

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          #5
          Originally posted by 1990LTD View Post
          I've also been wondering about the headrests. A friend of mine has a sewing type ish business, she's quite good at it, and can seem to make anything. The headrest on my car is more of a neckrest because I'm 6'1...I was thinking I could bring one of my headrests to her and get her to make an addition, just something that is (somewhat) soft that could slip over the existing headrest to make taller and perhaps wider, have a zipper on the bottom so it couldn't move


          If this headrest thing works for me would anybody else be interested in them? Having custom made ones would be pretty cool.

          I'd imagine you could get it to look however you wanted or be as big as you needed.
          Some of cars came with over sized headrests, though I've never seen any in your interiors color. If you can locate a set, installing them is as simple as popping the back off the front seats and popping the old ones off and dropping the new ones in. The headrests are also adjustable, so you could pivot the headrest and use it as a neck nest. When I was driving my box daily, I'd do that after a long shift or if I was taking a road trip. It was super comfy. Between the headrest, the comfy seats, an open sunroof and the open road, it was heaven on wheels.:woot:
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            #6
            cool! I assumed (though I don't know why) that we all got the same shitty headrests.
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            - 1990 Ford LTD Crown Victoria P72 - the street boat - 5.0 liter EFI - Ported HO intake/TB, 90 TC shroud/overflow, Aero airbox/zip tube, Cobra camshaft, 19lb injectors, dual exhaust w/ Magnaflows, Cat/Smog & AC delete, 3G alternator, MOOG chassis parts & KYB cop shocks, 215/70r/15s on 95-97 Merc rims

            - 2007 Ford Escape XLT - soccer mom lifted station wagon - 3.0 Duratec, auto, rear converter delete w/ Magnaflow dual exhaust

            - 2008 Mercury Grand Marquis Ultimate Edition - Daily driver - 4.6 2 valve Mod motor, 4R75E, 2.73s. Bone stock

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              #7
              I never use headrests, never have. I barely even use armrests.
              "Shakedown"- 1991 Grand Marquis GS Dual exhaust, Magnaflow xl turbos, Rear anti sway bar, Outlaw 1 wheels, 43k miles
              1985 GMC 1500

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                #8
                I never use headrests because they're always shit and only reach the base of my skull.
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                - 1990 Ford LTD Crown Victoria P72 - the street boat - 5.0 liter EFI - Ported HO intake/TB, 90 TC shroud/overflow, Aero airbox/zip tube, Cobra camshaft, 19lb injectors, dual exhaust w/ Magnaflows, Cat/Smog & AC delete, 3G alternator, MOOG chassis parts & KYB cop shocks, 215/70r/15s on 95-97 Merc rims

                - 2007 Ford Escape XLT - soccer mom lifted station wagon - 3.0 Duratec, auto, rear converter delete w/ Magnaflow dual exhaust

                - 2008 Mercury Grand Marquis Ultimate Edition - Daily driver - 4.6 2 valve Mod motor, 4R75E, 2.73s. Bone stock

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                  #9
                  Crappy headrests.



                  Nice pivoting headrests.

                  Save a seal, club a liberal.

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                    #10
                    do want
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                    - 1990 Ford LTD Crown Victoria P72 - the street boat - 5.0 liter EFI - Ported HO intake/TB, 90 TC shroud/overflow, Aero airbox/zip tube, Cobra camshaft, 19lb injectors, dual exhaust w/ Magnaflows, Cat/Smog & AC delete, 3G alternator, MOOG chassis parts & KYB cop shocks, 215/70r/15s on 95-97 Merc rims

                    - 2007 Ford Escape XLT - soccer mom lifted station wagon - 3.0 Duratec, auto, rear converter delete w/ Magnaflow dual exhaust

                    - 2008 Mercury Grand Marquis Ultimate Edition - Daily driver - 4.6 2 valve Mod motor, 4R75E, 2.73s. Bone stock

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