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Nik 09-23-2003 01:06 AM

For Sale M3 Vader Seats
 
Vader Seats from a 98 M3. These are not perfect but are in very good condition. These seats are not power. Drivers seat has a small scratch on its lower right side, but it isn't visible when installed in the car (covered by the parking brake surround). The passanger seat has no tears but the seat base, actually the knee bolster leather is hardened from getting rained on. They can be softened with a leather conditioner no problem, but I can't be bothered and I have no time. I wan't $700 bor the two seats.

I am located in Hamilton, ON. email me at vespafiend@hotmail.com, or call my cell at 905.317.6341

i work in mississauga and toronto so delivery in the GTA and surrounding Hamilton is no problem.

these are beautiful seats but i decided to stick to my original seats.

Nik

Soldo 09-23-2003 01:07 AM

would you consider SERPERATING at all?!

Nik 09-23-2003 01:09 AM

no, it will be more difficult selling them separetely.

Nik

mkgino 09-23-2003 01:12 AM

do you have any pics of the seats? How is the condition other than the scratch? Also are they heated?? And what color?

Nik 09-23-2003 01:47 AM

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not heated or power. they are heave enough as it is...

mkgino 09-23-2003 02:02 AM

Quote:

Originally posted by Nik
not heated or power. they are heave enough as it is...
where is the scratch? And I think that all vaders are heated, but its the heating mechanism in the car is what people are missing.

Nik 09-23-2003 02:07 AM

your're probobly right because there is some unaccounted for wiring under the seats.

BMW_7 09-23-2003 02:08 AM

Wow, what a great deal....

KIRASIR 09-23-2003 02:16 AM

Re: For Sale M3 Vader Seats
 
Did you have trouble putting them into the ti? Or they were for the M3?
SL

Quote:

Originally posted by Nik
Vader Seats from a 98 M3. These are not perfect but are in very good condition. These seats are not power. Drivers seat has a small scratch on its lower right side, but it isn't visible when installed in the car (covered by the parking brake surround). The passanger seat has no tears but the seat base, actually the knee bolster leather is hardened from getting rained on. They can be softened with a leather conditioner no problem, but I can't be bothered and I have no time. I wan't $700 bor the two seats.

I am located in Hamilton, ON. email me at vespafiend@hotmail.com, or call my cell at 905.317.6341

i work in mississauga and toronto so delivery in the GTA and surrounding Hamilton is no problem.

these are beautiful seats but i decided to stick to my original seats.

Nik


bmer332i 09-23-2003 02:23 AM

Please check your PM, email and voicemail.

Thanks

Nik 09-23-2003 02:26 AM

i wanted to use them in the m3 but the brackets didn't come even close to lining-up (actually only one of 4 holes could be used). i didn't feel up to the task to fabricate something because i didn't even like the look of them in the car and they are too heavy in my opinion (even compared to my m3 heated seats).

Nik

Mystikal 09-23-2003 12:14 PM

Quote:

Originally posted by Nik
i wanted to use them in the m3 but the brackets didn't come even close to lining-up (actually only one of 4 holes could be used). i didn't feel up to the task to fabricate something because i didn't even like the look of them in the car and they are too heavy in my opinion (even compared to my m3 heated seats).

Nik

I've seen it done, I think there are kits to make them fit into our cars. I've very tempted to pick these up.

mkgino 09-23-2003 12:37 PM

If I was at home these would be in my car right now......

mogie 09-23-2003 12:53 PM

So does this mean they are easily fit into a E36 sedan???
If so then I want them. jliu@dfcauto.com

Nik 09-23-2003 05:46 PM

the seats are sold folks! anyone interested in a recarro interior for A2 jetta/golf???


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