PG 2: convert standard upholstery to pony/deluxe seats 1966 Convertible, 289 C4, Ferrari Red, with black interior I started taking this car apart back in 2005, and now things are finally coming together. I have a LOT of projects I'll be posting, including: Aftermarket Painless/EZ universal wiring install Replating vent windows, side glass, etc. - assembly and installation Complete heater box rebuild Shifter restoration Custom engine bay: large radiator, shaved holes, hidden wiring, etc. Radio/speaker hole repair, including door speaker holes Suspension rebuild Undercarriage restoration Interior re-do, including Pony seats And a few others. I have a lot of info/pictures to post. After restoring my '65 coupe in 2004/2005, I've learned from my mistakes so this car will turn out really nice! Just some background - car was 'restored' in 1996 after an accident, but was not driven much after that. Most exterior items, rubber, etc., was replaced with Ford items at the time. The engine was rebuilt, and installed with all stock items. The interior was re-done with standard upholstery. I do all of the disassembly/assembly, while my brother does all of the metalwork. Here is a before picture, from 2005 VERY nice paint, but typical restoration - vent windows were not restored. Engine, BEFORE. Rebuilt, all stock items including smog parts The pictures don't do the paint job any justice! The panel fitment is spot on, and the panels are straight as an arrow. Unfortunately, with such a nice paint job, the rest of the car needed a few things. But with all projects, that turned major. Stay tuned!