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    New interior or repair??

    Hi Guys.

    I was wondering if anyone would know if this seat can be repaired. If so can anyone recommend a place in the Glasgow area.

    I would also consider another interior if anyone has one for sale or even another drivers seat with the same trim.


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    OH MY GOD that looks like my car!!!!!!!!!!!!!! it is exactly the same so yes id like to know if this can be repaired too
    Modified primera :-)

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    Probably could be repaired but getting another seat might be cheaper as you will always notice the repair.
    A4 Avant project now started ! see this thread ! http://www.audi-sport.net/vb/a4-s4-forum-b5-chassis/43296-bit-project-going.html
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    my company could fix that, but yes you would notice that side is newer looking :P
    i'm sure there'd be many places in the uk u could get it done
    if u can get a new seat off ebay or something though, do that imo.
    '96 1.8T A4 Quattro, chipped & show off valve @ 197bhp

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    hi fermented.

    how much would a repair like this cost?

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    Can be repaired but its the time taken to do not the material costs, to get a proper fit & good job they would remove seat, take of the top seating cover then replace that strip on that side of the seat & would look as new but of course against the older part it would look slightly of, but I think going on image above it would also look damn site better, lol, of course you cant patch it without it looking ****e so new strip on that side is best option, check fleabay & audi breakers mate cause there are alot out there & might save a buck & time as removing seat is easy & putting back.

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