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Recaro Classic Seats- Ideal C And Lx-c on

US $400.00

Norwalk, Connecticut, US

Norwalk, Connecticut, US

I have a pair of 1980's vintage Recaro seats. The drivers seat is a Ideal C. I believe the passenger is a LX-C model. It has the same black cloth fabric but has manual controls. They will come without rails, but I do have rails to fit a fox body Mustang. The foam is in good condition and seats are presentable enough as is. One of bolsters fabric is thin on the Ideal C and the upper back panel could does not have the same fabric as the rest of the seat.  These are period correct seats for nearly all Mercedes, Porsche, BMW, Mustang, and Corvettes. 

Ebay item # 151097093399 is a vendor with reasonable leather covers for these.

I can deliver these for gas money and tolls anywhere in the tri-state area.  The drivers seat weighs a ton so these are very expensive to ship.

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