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Flofit Seats (Blue)


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This here is a very used set of Flofit seats. They're Blue in color and could EASILY stand a good clean-up. I've had these sitting in my storage for quite sometime, now. They plastic tilt handles are missing, but you can still order these from Seat Source / Wedge Engineering in Long Beach, CA. Use them as they are or go full-bot into it and have them reupholstered straight-away. I personally feel that Flofit's feel better than Recaro's, but that's my take.

I AM willing to ship these as cheap as possible. Typicallyk Laydown Wardrobe boxes form Uhaul cost $6.50 x 2.

Shipping to the Bay (NorCal) area is usually about $30.00 a seat. Shipping to the East Coast, usually runs around $58-$63 a box. This would be via UPS.

I am not opposed to shipping via Greyhound Freight. Again, whatever I can do to keep these costs down.

Sliders ARE include, but the appropriate Mounting Brackets are not, These utilize Recaro Seat Brackets, so if you've got an extra set laying around yer' in luck.

I'd like $200.00 for the set (OBO) + shipping. I'm also willing to trade for bits that I need for my '02.

I can and will provide as many pics as you need.


Ken (seeniespop@yahoo.com)

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