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Factory Ford Pickup Seats

One of the very first areas of improvement for many '67-'72 Ford pickup owners is in the area where you plant your butt....the seating. While the factory bench is adequate, upgrading to a later-model bench, split bench or even buckets from a later-model Ford pickup is a pretty painless procedure.

If you weren't aware, all factory Ford bench seats up through '96 are pretty much a bolt-in procedure into your vintage truck, if you use your original seat tracks. After removing the tracks from your donor seat you'll have to drill out the threads on the seat frame so the studs on the older tracks can go up into the holes and be secured with a nut.

So it's pretty much a matter of...what's your fancy? Factory seats from '97-on will require you to fabricate custom mounting brackets.  I present here a small collection of images borrowed from E-bay listings with some of the different styles of Ford pickup seats you can use. It's possible the seats shown here were also used in other model years in addition to what's listed, but this will at least give you an idea of what's available.

NOTE: Low-back Mustang bucket seats were an available factory option in 1967-1972 trucks, which used special mounting brackets. To view CAD schematics of these brackets, CLICK HERE.


'85 F150 XLT Lariat

'85 F150 SuperCab

'89 F150

'90 F150


'91 F150

'92 F150

'92 F150 XLT Lariat

'92 XLT Ext. Cab


'92 F150 Ext. Cab

'93 F150 XLT Lightning

'93 F150 XLT

'93 F150 SVT Lightning


'93 F150 ExtCab

'93 F150 Lightning

'93 F150 Lightning


'93 F250 SuperCab XLT

'94 F150 XLT

'94 F150 XLT

'94 F150 Lightning


'94 F150

'94 F150 XLT


'94 F150 XLT

'94 F150

'94 XL


'95 F150 XL

'95 F150 XLT

'95 F150 XLT


'95 F150

'95 F250

'95 F150 Sport


'95 F150 XLT

'95 F250 XLT SuperCab

'95 F150 Lightning

'95 F150 XL


'95 F150 Extended Cab


'95 F150 XLT


'95 F150


'95 F250 XLT Ext. Cab

'95 F150

'96 F250 Ext. Cab


'96 F250 XLT

'96 F250 XLT

'96 F150 XLT


'96 F250 XLT

'96 F150 XLT

'96 F250

'97 F150 Lariat


'97 F150 XL

'97 F250 Ext. Cab

Miscellaneous
Here are some pictures taken of actual installations of alternate seating (more to come):

Ford Aerostar seats
in a '70 CrewCab

1967 F100
factory buckets

1967 F100
seat origins unknown

'70 F100
seat origins unknown


'70 F100 with 2001 Dodge 40/20/40 seats


'71 F100
seat origins unknown

'71 F100
seat origins unknown


'71 F100
fiberglass racing buckets

     
 

 
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