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Primo e30 coupe seats new trim have SOLD

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These were done for the finishing off phase, of our e30 'show car,' to coincide with the sale process. The car sold within an hour of being offered on the market.

Surprisingly, the new owner elected for the race seat option instead.

So not needed in the forseeable future by us. Selling off to finish the next project.

Upholstery as new, they were in the car for but a day when it was sold, so basically once around the block use only.

To clarify the bottom and top squabs come with the head restraints, and the blue Sparcoes were the oned sold with the e30.

Yeah, check out what a professional upholsterer would charge, using quality material, for doing a similar job as these!

Take $1400.

 

 

 

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Item has been sold to a southern gentleman
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Yes, you're right, you wouldn't get half of that for $1400 if you went to a pro.

They're awesome, GLWS.

 

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they're super-awesome.  I'd buy them if they weren't the wrong colour for my car.  Lovely work.

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Hey I'm keen. Can they be shipped to Invercargill? 

Thanks 

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7 minutes ago, swapsndeals said:

Hey I'm keen. Can they be shipped to Invercargill? 

Thanks 

Have sent pm

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7 minutes ago, beemwr said:

I could possibly get them down to Oamaru end of next week?

Cool that works. Have friends there who will hold for me.

Possibly come & collect from Oamaru then to

Thanks

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thats a real sharp price - I had my Coupe seats reupholstered last year, cost $2k once all done ..

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just the fronts, the rears are in good nick, but by the time I'd bought the seats at $200 rough as from a convertible, (that pic above is a bit misleading in that the pic on the left is how the car was with its original seats in) 4 mtrs original fabric @$160 ex GST a mtr and got someone to do the work it came to 2k give or take 

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What about the 'vynl trim' ?

I considered using lambs-wool sewn into as inserts to make it a 'kiwi car,' at the time, would've been a big saving. Not sure now though. Persuaded to stick to originality  in the end.

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all the Vinyl on mine is original, the only part of the upholstery that is 

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