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gazanik

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So the recaros and the rear panels are done. now gotta wait till the end of the week to get the back seat and the front panels. also question for the B pillar, is it supposed to be body color or are the gaskets going the cover that area?

thank you

p.s YEP!!! BLACK SUEDE AND BLACK VINYL..

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those look great. if youre talking the inside b pillar you need black vinyl or your choice of material to cover that. i took the old pattern and traced it on new black vinyl

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well the front door panels are not ready yet.

shopped around for a long time and found this guy,

I was told its the same stuff as in ///M5 headliner (btw my headliner is gonna be the same black suede)

I think I got a very good deal,

2 front seats (new foam)

rear seat (new foam and semi bucket seat)

all panels, both front and back

headliner (includes install)

all that for $1300 material included.

the guy is in Burbank, ca. not a big shop or anything.

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