The seats are hitting the door bar and the brackets don't line up with the holes in the floor. We need to drill new holes 1 1/2" toward the transmission tunnel in the seat brackets.
It's a tight fit but with the new holes in the brackets they fit.
We were going to use this Flaming River steering wheel in a 1967 Fairlane race car with a quick release Flaming River column but it was to close to the dash board. A couple of years ago Brian gave me a Momo steering wheel for my 1968 restomod Coupe for Christmas and the adapter would not work with the Ididit steering column. They both work great on the Mustang II steering column and I had some left over Dynamat from the 1968 Coupe.
It feels alright sitting in the car. With the door bars you have to move the seat toward the center. Would have been a lot easier without the door bars and I would have a lot more seats to choose from.