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New Recaro never fitted, worth anything???

Discussion in 'Other Brands & Models' started by Russboy, Mar 5, 2009.

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    Sorry about all the cr@p in the pics, but thats up in my loft!
    Don't get your hopes up too much though as its not from an Audi!
    It's a passenger side, with airbag, lumbar support and a lovely little storage net on the back!!
    Never been fitted in a car, so literally spotless!!!
    When I had my Leon Cupra R I bought a set of Recaro's off of Awesome GTI and the drivers seat was correct but for the passenger seat I got this, a lot of calls ensued and basically in the end I got stuck with this seat. Not sure what car it should have fitted (apart from a Seat obviously!!) but may well suit someone especially anyone building a track car, with harness etc. Subframe is identical to those that were on my Leon Cupra R. Would imagine someone with a bit of know how could switch the seat belt element to the other side no probs. Comfy as hell, and I would imagine its very supportive in the corners.
    So is it worth anything?
    I only ask as I am moving house soon and don't want to take this with me again and knowing it was around £600 new I feel there's got to be a value in it?
    Thoughts appreciated,
    Russ
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    Everything is worth something to somebody! It's just finding that somebody..... Whats it worth to you sitting there in your loft? Not much. So whatever you sell it for is a bonus!

    Stick it on ebay and also put an ad in the SEAT forum and see what happens!
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