if the headrests are pointed forward, your seat isn't leaned back in the proper position. the headrests should be straight up and down. they are a gov't mandated anti-whiplash feature since 2007.
Dude, that's insulting & idiotic. I'm sure we all want dining room chairs in our pony cars... Obviously driving a mustang didn't raise your IQ. Not everyone is 6ft tall (shockingly, some folks on here are taller), not does everyone like the neck-pokey headrests. Ignorance is also bliss as this particular angle is not "government mandated" as you posted - it's a design feature chosen by Ford. Like a lot of features, you either like it or you don't. Other sports cars as well as other newer pony cars have headrests that are in line with the seatback. Let me know if you need examples.:joy:
how late is "late"? i'll +2 the Jan 2012 production date as having adjustable ones as my car does. that's halfway through the production year.I know they do, but how about we say that the late production '12s have them, since all of them dont.