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A year ago, I redid my interior. I got vinyl samples from GAHH and world upholstery. The material was identical, color, grain, etc. Even the cloth backing on the vinyl had the exact same stitch. I was told both got their material from the same source.

Anyways, the kits from World were more than half the price at the time. The craftsmanship was great. I gave the fronts to an upholsterer so they got them on just right, and he even said they were very well made. The rear I did myself with no problems. In fact, they looked so good, I decided to redo the door cards and rear panels so everything matches.

I had to take the interior out for right now, and the seats are in storage right now, but I can take a pic and send them to you if you want to see.

Also, if you do go with World, ask to speak with Janet, she knew all the differences in years/seat styles, patterns, etc. And while they list black, tan, and blue, I am pretty sure they will do them in any color as they produce the kit to order etc.

1974 - 02 - Amazon Green "Ms. Agnes"

2000 - 328Ci - Steel Grey "Bucephalus"

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