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1972 Ford Mustang Convertible


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Don - are you talking about the convertible top boot not fitting super snug?

 

This was a common issue, even when new - especially if you don't get the little plastic tabs well lined up under the chrome trim.

The summer heat helps ithe boot material lay down. Wintertime - colder temps made it much harder (of course) to settle into place.

 

Ray

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Don - are you talking about the convertible top boot not fitting super snug?

 

This was a common issue, even when new - especially if you don't get the little plastic tabs well lined up under the chrome trim.

The summer heat helps ithe boot material lay down. Wintertime - colder temps made it much harder (of course) to settle into place.

 

Ray

 

Boss1Ray, I think Don is referring to the side bolster of the driver's seat appears to be collapsed. either the seat has seen a lot of use (thus many miles) or very widetrack driver (if you get my meaning).

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