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Full leather for my B5 Avant

Discussion in 'A4/S4 forum(B5 Chassis)' started by albgut1, Oct 18, 2005.

  1. albgut1
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    How much and where can I get full leather interior for my A4 Avant 96 P reg? It has to be second hand/used by the way and preferably in black.
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    Your looking at about £400 - £700 or if your looking for Recaro trim then double it.
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    Sounds good Doc coz I'm putting about £500-£600 into this project coz I've just put aside replacing my 15" alloys.
    Still any idea where I can get it?
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    Ebay is a good starting place.
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    Breakers are a waste of time unless you're extremely lucky, or know a particularly good one.
    I just waited and eventually got full black leather/alcantara with door cards for the wifes B6 Avant for £400 on ebay. Absolute bargain as I sold the cloth interior for £150, so it only cost £250 all in.
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    Well done, good bargin.

    I do agree - you can get them from ebay or some other auction site, which is better than getting them from breakers. The 2 I listed are very good and you may just be lucky, worth a small phone call...???
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    I just wasted sooo much time phoning round and trawling the web and got nowhere with breakers, even the so called specialists, they're not very cooperative and won't even call if they get something in.
    Can't believe these guys haven't got their act together and have everything catalogued on the net.
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