In this shot it would appear the seats hit the ceiling, but they do not. And when reclining forward they don't hit the ceiling either.
Speaking of pushing the seats forward, this is how far the back support will move in order to allow people who haven't experienced too many buffets through. As you can see, it's enough to get by for some. In this picture the base of the seat isn't pushed all the way forward either. If it was, you can add about another inch or so of room (I know, I drive pretty close to the steering wheel).
Here's one more glamour shot of Project Supra sporting its new seats. They almost look like they came on the car from the factory, and the dark grey carbon vinyl even matches our anthracite Forgestar wheels perfectly.
Next time, we will be getting rid of that outdated four-spoke airbag steering wheel.
In addition, we’ll also share with you version 2.0 of our Stu Hagen gauges that we featured last time.
We’ll discuss more about what we did to complete the interior in the next installment but, as you can hopefully see, this 20-year-old cockpit is really coming along!
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