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Old 03-26-2015, 03:05 PM   #1
Bayerische E36
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Default FS: BASICALLY NEW Leatherette Seat Covers (Front & Rear)

Hi, All.

I am selling a full set of bespoke (Leather M-Colored Striping On All Seat Leathers) leatherette front and rear seat covers AND seatbacks/headrests/rear bolsters (for non-sport seats). These were installed in the car when I bought it. There is a very small bit of mold on the underside of the covers but it can easily be cleaned off. In fact, it doesn't need to be cleaned off as the mold has stabilized and is no longer "alive." The mold simply shows up as little black dots. At worse, the mold has stained the underside of the canvas. This does not in any way permeate into the surface. The surface is pristine with the exception of a TINY melt mark (about the the size of a small ball bearing) on the very back of the rear seat bottom cushion (when installed, it is not noticeable). The fit is PERFECT and any competent upholstery shop can install these for you for little money.

BavAuto sells a similar set for $250 but it's only the front seat covers. I am asking $350 for EVERYTHING. That is, $350 gets you all the leathers, 2 rear seat bolsters, 4 headrests, the black seat backs w/ storage nets, and all the miscellaneous black trim pieces. Note, the trim pieces that fit onto the actual seat runners where your seat adjustment levers are located are not included.

I haven't posted a picture of the driver seat cover because it's still currently installed in the car. It is of the same condition as the covers in these pictures.

The first picture shows the rear seat leathers.

The second picture shows the small, ball bearing-sized melt mark on the rearmost part of the rear seat cushion leather. The mark in question is located on either side of the uppermost seam near the top right of the photo. As you can see, it's hardly noticeable when the leather is loose. When the leather is pinched down onto the seat, the seam creases closer together making the mark virtually unnoticeable.

The third picture shows the headrests along with all the black trim bits.

The fourth picture shows the passenger seat seat-back and storage net (and rear bolsters - you can just see the bolsters peaking through on the left side of the picture).

The fifth picture shows the rear seat leathers installed.

The sixth picture shows the front seat leathers installed.

These are sold WITHOUT any metal framing/support rods. You will either have to re-use your current pieces or have your upholstery shop install new ones when they install the covers (I recommend the latter).

Please PM with your phone number if you would like further pictures.

Thank you!

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Originally Posted by Bayerische E36 View Post
Are you willing to sell just the rear set and if so how much? I'm very interested.
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Old 04-24-2015, 08:25 PM   #4
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Do you still have the covers??
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