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Seeking Input/Suggestions on Recaro Upholstery


LikeStig

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Hello All,

 

I have my Recaro Rallye II seats sitting at an upholsterer (who has done a few sets before) and I'm having some difficulty pulling the trigger on what I want to do with them. I am doing blue velour carpet, white/Oyster leather door cards and white/oyster leather rear bench on my 76- pretty dang similar to the Clarion car. The seats are worth more on their own vs. being sold with my car (years away). Keeping my custom interior in mind and potential need for a separate sale lies my crisis. Although the marketability of the seats in the future is not my priority, it would be great to accomplish both.

 

My current plan is Tan Alcantara like the Recaro bucket attached here. My indecision is on the centers, my idea was to do Motorsport Stripes like I've seen on some Scheels- thoughts? With the stripes the centers would be a tan Alcantara matching the bolsters. I could do them entirely tan and they'd probably look nice too? The stripes or plain are about all I have for ideas so I'm open to yay/nays, sanity checks or suggestions. I considered Blue/Green Alpina stripes but I am trying to avoid Alpina nomenclature for this build.

 

Thanks,

Kyle

 

 

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