Restore your Fox Body's interior by replacing your broken or missing 1987-1992 Mustang package tray. This package tray is a close reproduction of the original and ships with no holes cut in the carpet, but the board has provisions for 3rd brake light, speakers, & seat-belts.
* * * NOTE: Material is correct color for 87-92 Mustangs but will fit any 1979-1993 Mustang Coupe.* * *
The product was better constructed than the original in my opinion. However, you have to cut out the seatbelt stays, slots legs for the 3rd tail light, and where the crease that folds over the seat frame. You may also have to take a little more of the pre-cut out for the 3rd tail light wires. The old saying, "measure twice and cut once" holds true. Make sure you have both pieces inverted and lined up when you start to trace out your patterns for all cuts, so as you don't get the seat belt cut outs reversed because it does matter with left side and right side. Use a dremel with a couple of carbide cutting wheels, and cut slow and in sections because you can burn the fabric on the other side. Finish up with a sharp utility knife. I also drilled extra push pins holes in the over hang and went to OReillys and found some extra "Ford Trim Washers" to replace the push pins that were missing or broke. Last, I laid the tray trim in place and marked the overhang using a pencil to get a guestimate of where the fold would be. Then I used a depth gauge and took several measurements across the overhang. It was a consistant measurement. I then flipped the tray over and used the depth gauge and penciled the measurements, used a dremel with carbide wheel and cut the creases for the fold about every 6 inches with a little more than an 1/8 between long cuts. Those would hold the folds so the overhang would not seperate. Take your time and things will work out well. Also, if you have saw horses or can work on a table standing upright, it will save on your back.
Everytime I have delt with LateModel, it seems to get better and better. I have had all positive experiences which is much more than i can say about Summit, or American Muscle. I like the mom and pop shop feel i get when i deal with LateModel. We had a family buisness turning wrenches and a huge part of our success was customer service. Specifically treating every single female as how we would want our sister of mother treated when going to a buisness. We were always more than fair, accommodating and made sure to make all of our customers leave with a smile. And it worked. 30 years later my brother is still in buisness. Yesterday, I got that same type of treatment by Ian. Thank you Ian, you really went above and beyond like this was your personal buisness. Late Model, you just def locked in another lifelong customer thanks to Ian. Semper Fi
Second owner, since '93.
Have replaced just about everything, repainted in original color. Weekend driver, never raced. A head-turner wherever I go, runs great, terrific turnpike cruiser. Even in ful...