Drivers Side Seat Trim Panel - Beige

BRAND NEW ABS plastic seat trim panel for the '89-97 Thunderbird/Cougar and the '88-95 Taurus models.

SCP will attempt to meet or beat any other sources pricing on an identical item. Call us to discuss 513-697-6501.

NOTE:  FREE SHIPPING will apply to this item on orders that total more than $99.   If this item is purchased individually shipping within the lower 48 is extra and cost is based upon package size, weight, and distance from SCP. 


SCP is proud to offer BRAND NEW ABS plastic seat trim panel for the '89-97 Thunderbird/Cougar and the '88-95 Taurus models.   There is no longer any reason why you should scour the junk yards for a brittle old one of these that will likely break when you bump it.    


These will fit all applications of manual or power seats as there is a plug kit included to fully block off any of the the five holes depending if you have a fully manual, regular power seat with three hole adjustments, power wings, power lumbar, or a full blown power seat using all five of the adjustment holes.


This is an order for a Beige colored panel.   We also offer gray which is shown separately.   If you need another color one can color match  by using spray paints for plastic from Krylon, Valspar and Rustoleum.   They offer a wide range of colors to match well.   SCP will gladly help you with this process if needed.   Call us at 513-697-6501


Sorry, but new passenger side panels are not available at this time but SCP does have some nice used examples so if you need one of these please call us.

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