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Seat Covers

seat covers

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#1 tcboss


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  • Canadian Region
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  • Region:U.S., Great Lakes
  • Current Vehicle:2012 Boss 302
  • Boss 302's Year:2012

Posted 29 June 2017 - 04:38 PM

I want to protect the fabric on my seats.

Who makes a decent looking and good quality cover?



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#2 Rich B.

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  • Northeast Region
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  • Region:U.S., Northeast
  • Current Vehicle:Boss 302 and '16 Buick LaCrosse
  • Boss 302's Year:2013

Posted 30 June 2017 - 04:56 AM

Seat covers, hmm. I did spray mine with Scotch Guard stuff but in my case when I open car door it's always cool inside car (even when hot out) and smells new still, with help of new car odorizer of coarse these days. But recall I had a '94 GEO (nonexistant, throw away car. Great on gas, cheap to maintain) with the same seat material. Think I used that for back and forth to work for a decade and the seat(s) were still like new with no covers.

The material is quite durable but the secret is you lift up a bit before sliding in and out.... Eliminates any wear but if you weigh maybe 250lb. and 6 1/2' tall this may be a problem. You'll probably have not only worn out seat but broken and sagging framework. Not saying this should be a concern, just the way it could be. Have read reports on this and guess it's about chalked up to experience and/or if one cares or not.

Remember one time reading about a 2nd owner that bought a Boss and the previous owner wore a lot of heavy jewelry such as chains, lots of rings and so forth. Nothing further about what the interior of that car looked like.

Edited by Rich B., 01 July 2017 - 04:18 AM.




  • Pacific Coast Region
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  • Region:U.S., Pacific Coast
  • Current Vehicle:2012 Boss 302 L S # 482 blk/red
  • Boss 302's Year:2012
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Posted 30 June 2017 - 03:18 PM

Good call on the Scotch Guard. New,replacement upholstery should be available.
<p><p> 2012 LAGUNA SECA Black/Race Red: The FIRST year of the RETURN of the Boss 302, (Gen.II) Road-Race ready.
L O - J A C K theft recovery system.
Pedestal wing with GT-500 Gurney flap,modified fr. splitter.Halon fire extinguisher.Cervini ram air hood w/heat extractors. Recaro racing seats, race red rear seat delete brace bar,4pt.race red seatbelts and harness bar,r.r. front splitter adj.rods,r.r.coil covers and r.r.shock tower brace.LS race gauge pack.FRPP race brake cooling ducts, Motul 600 race brake fluid, FRPP trans cooling scoop, AEM intake tube kit, oil catch can-pass side only, FRPP TRACKEY,SilverHorse gas filler lid.MMD satin black tail light surrounds,MMD Carbon fiber wrapped hood gas struts, projector headlights w/sequential turn signals and emergencies,rear brake/emergencies sequencers.CSI protective smoke head light covers-daytime use only, satin black LS faux gas cap.Honeycomb ELEANOR grill w/hidden LED HALO fogs,honeycomb front lower grill,limo tint on rear glass ONLY,LED interior, license plate, and trunk lighting, satin silver billet e-brake handle, mirror adj.knob ,shifter ball,rear seatbelt mounting covers.Eibach Sportline road racing lowering springs(installed by Eibach), FRPP 1pc. aluminium drive shaft,Bama "tunes for life", Kooks long tube headers,Kooks cat delete offroad X-pipe,resonator delete over axle pipes,On-3-Go muffler deletes.
Custom smoke/nickel chrome, LIGHTWEIGHT 19X10 wheels-295×30×19 fronts-295x30x19 rears w/Hoosier R6 tyres for spirited driving, Pirelli P Zero Corsa tires on stock RED rims for inclement monsoon weather, Carbotech brake pads, race red Brembo calipers,FRPP GT500 rear rotors conversion, MGW Race spec.III shifter,Whiteline trans mount bushing, J&M adjustable panhard bar.Dual clutch transmission fluids,

(just a SMIDGEON of mods compared to most of "MY BOSSBROS") All LS take-off parts are packaged up..... There is no such thing as a "REGULAR" Boss !!   :rockon:   


#4 Aaron18


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  • Current Vehicle:1970 Mustang boss 302
  • Boss 302's Year:1970

Posted 27 November 2017 - 08:50 AM

I have seat covers by Coverking on my other vehicle (F-250), and they are cool. Yet, I do not use seat covers on my Mustang, as I do not drive it often... It's a garage queen haha

#5 Rich B.

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Posted 28 November 2017 - 04:06 AM

You appear to be vendor connected? I have no problem, CARID has some good stuff.

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