One of the most common questions I get regarding SN95 Mustang Seat upholstery is: â€œWill the new edge Cobra/Bullitt/Mach1 foam and upholstery fit on my SN95 frames?â€ The answer sadly, is no. Iâ€™ll explain why and also give you some good news if youâ€™re looking to upgrade your SN95 to any of those Special Optioned seats. Why wonâ€™t those upgrades work on the SN95 seats? From 1994-1998 Ford did something theyâ€™ve never done before â€“ they glued the upholstery directly to the seat foam. They also must have deemed this not to be the â€˜best ideaâ€™ because in 1999 they went back to having the foam and the upholstery being completely separate from each other. The SN95 â€™94-98 seats therefore are outfitted with a different frame and attachment method than what youâ€™ll find on the 2001 Cobra, 2001 Bullitt, 2003-04 Cobra, and the 2003-04 Mach 1 seat foams and upholstery. The good news? Any Mustang seat frame from 1999-2004 â€“ be it a GT or a standard cloth V6 seat can be upgraded to any of the afore mentioned Special Production seats. I repeat â€“ EVERY FRAME FROM 99-04 IS THE SAME. So, call your local salvage yard and ask them for the most beat up, split open, burnt, stained, annihilated cloth seat set from a 99-04 Mustang that they have. Usually you can get a badly damaged set for $50 - $100 for the full set (font buckets and back seat). Just be sure to check that the frames are in good shape and not bent, but youâ€™re not going to care at all about the foam or upholstery since youâ€™ll be completely replacing those (from my experience itâ€™s better NOT to tell the salvage yard your plans to upgrade â€“ instead just keep pointing out how terrible the seats are and maybe theyâ€™ll knock down the price a bit :laugh: . From there, you can purchase foam and upholstery from any of our TMI authorized dealers and easily build a Mach, Bullitt or Cobra. Gâ€™luck and let me know if you have any questions. Side note: I have had people tell me they have made 03-04 Cobra Foams fit on SN95 frames â€“ but it did take some â€˜customâ€™ fitting and altering. For my money, I wouldnâ€™t recommend it.