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    arfur fox-acre's Avatar Unemployed (Platinum)
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    The seats look very comfy. What they from?
    Ven vamos a follar los monos

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    They are really comfy Bit of a small mod
    then straight in
    Their from a 1990 Range Rover ClassicClick image for larger version. 

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    Daisy (Thats the car)

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    Are they not too high. Looking for something comfy for Molly.

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    Had an Audi TT seat in originally that was toooooo high
    these are spot on and with arm rests
    Her indoors is only 5'4" she's ok with it
    Good luck finding some

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    I did have some leather Rover ones I did a thread on got over the height problem by modifying a seat base then found you trapped your hand when releasing the hand brake. So I junked them. Kicking myself now as the wife don't like the double front but the nearside rover seat would have been nowhere near the handbrake. As I've done the base will hunt down another from the scrappy as there are plenty of rover 75 and 45's in the one by us. The blue crash repair one we are rebuilding has leather Alfa Momo seats which seem comfy and aren't too high or wide. But she wants to keep that van as is. So I cant rob them for S49( my beloved white and grey one)

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    I've been looking at Range Rover p38 seats for mine. They have centre armrests too. Not too bad price wise either

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    Was toying with that idea but .......
    tend to find leather Red hot in the summer and Bl&&din Freezing in the winter

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    Next on the hit list was an exhaust system and a rear step protector

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    Love the wiperlesss barn doors. Have you welded up the holes or was it doors with no windows to start with?

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    Pass , just how it came no wipers
    I just thought it was a basic no thrills van
    wish it had wipers

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