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Leather Interior Prices??

Discussion in 'A4/A4 cabriolet/S4 forum(B6 chassis)' started by doogleman, Aug 8, 2007.

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    Hi All,
    Thinking of getting a leather/half leather interior for my B6 A4, how much roughly are ya talkin about spending.... Id like to have a used and new price idea. I saw NikNaks here http://www.audi-sport.net/vb/showthread.php?t=42857 and it got me wondering..

    Cheers in advance. :icon_thumright:
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    I paid £400 on ebay for my black half leather/alcantara interior (seats & doorcards) for the wifes B6 Avant. You do have to wait a while but they do come up, anything from £400-£700. Bear in mind you can also sell the old interior as well and get maybe £100 for it.
    New from Audi? don't even bother
    Retrimming the existing seats would be far cheaper at about £1k for a decent job.
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    niknak got his interior of me for 360
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    yeah, £400 would be my max... same as urself AndyMac, its for the wife, so Ill not be spending all me pocket money!!! :noway:
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    Yes but he had to do some mods to get it to fit his saloon.
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    he had to put the rear seat covers on the metal backing plates your right not a hard job though pretty easy i thought when i did mine
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    I did have to do some work, but well worth it :icon_thumright:
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