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03-01-2009 06:31 PM
thinkglad Speaking of the door cards, I have the cloth as well, can the incerts that are cloth be taken oit and changed to leather while keeping the rest of the door plastics ?
03-01-2009 06:12 PM
NahumCC Lucky fella. The set I could have got my hands on was spoken for. However glad in hind sight since they hand't been removed from the car which was in a front ender and it was raining hard that day. Front passenger was soaked. I'm in the process of looking for a set of those leather door cards to replace my cloth style ones. I like the looks of them much more.



03-01-2009 06:00 PM
aireeca
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Originally Posted by Cosmic Blue View Post
Personally, I love the seats because they are not as slippery when driving hard, are cooler in summer, and wear very well. I do however like the Viggen seats for the extra bolster.
They actually look interesting; I had to take a pass because I had just gone through the nightmare of having cloth seats and a hair-to-share dog.

These cars got pretty wacky at the end of their runs, I'll tell ya.
03-01-2009 05:46 PM
Cosmic Blue I have these seats in my '02 SE. I found out that there were two packages - the standard SE had these seats instead of full leather. The option package had full leather, the 6 speaker stereo/amp, the Viggen steering wheel and I found one reference to a "sport suspension" but never quite figured out what that was.

I have since added the amp and upgraded my steering wheel.

Personally, I love the seats because they are not as slippery when driving hard, are cooler in summer, and wear very well. I do however like the Viggen seats for the extra bolster.
03-01-2009 04:26 PM
tophusmaximus ya theyre half cloth half leather
03-01-2009 04:06 PM
aireeca If those are half-cloth, half-leather seats, yeah, that was a fun little parts-bin option on the 2002 9-3s as they finished up their run. I ran into a couple with that "sport leather" (I think that's what they called it) option when I was shopping back in 2005.
03-01-2009 04:03 PM
tophusmaximus nvm just found out that only 02s got em for a special edition of sorts
03-01-2009 03:20 PM
tophusmaximus
seat question

whats with these seats?

a friend of mine is mostlikely gonna buy buying the car but ive never seen seats like this, are they special editions or something?


its a 02 9-3 se.



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