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FS: Alpina Style Scheel 400 Seat

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Price: $900
Location: Munich, Germany, world wide shipping


Hi everyone;

Up for sale is an original Scheel 400 Rallye Seat in great condition and still in original black Scheel Corduroy with stripes in orange from the same fabric. The orange stripes are sligjtly sunfaded on the middle of the seat and will mach great to an Inka Orange exterior. I have never seen a Scheel with those stripes before, but the fabric is 100% original. Alpina had the Scheel 400 from the very beging as an option for the 2002 and it is well know that they experimented a lot with different stripings before developing their green and blue fabric, so maybe it is a pre Alpina Fabric seat? The Seat is equiped the rare tiltable bends, so it can be installed with a fiexd seat base (I also have one for sale) because the rest is completely foldable! There is one tiny spot on the left cheek of the seat that had been reperaid by spotrepair, but in general the seat in in realy great condition and redy to be driven!
Akingprice is 900,-€ plus actual shipping costs with DHL.












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Shipping to the states will be around 150,-€ for regular shipping (tracked and with insurance) or 170,-€ for priority shipping (by plane).
At the moment I don't know another Scheel 400 for sale, it's not easy to find ONE anyway 😉


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