They're easier to keep clean and don't retain odors.mikewitdaspike said:but why would you want them?
Main downside to the leather is the stitching goes. I don't think maintenance can help here. I'm not fat and I wrecked a beautiful driver's seat (best one I've ever seen) from a 87 SPG in about four months of driving. Well that's just the stitching for ya. This is a "Bridge of Weir, fine Scottish leather for SAAB" one, no Sesame Street puppets were harmed in the making of this chairmike saunders said:They're easier to keep clean and don't retain odors.
Only real downside is they can be hot as skillets in the summer....
The Elmo leather on the seating surfaces is prety high-quality stuff. If maintained regularly, it will last for ages and still look great.
5 speed? i'll trade you straight up, sound system included :cheesy:87aeroT said:I am getting the car for free so i wont be paying anything for it. But the car isnt in perfect shape either. The car idles real ruff and runs rich at idle. As far as rust there isnt alot just surface.
Are there two different types of leather for c900s? My seats are stitched differently to damn near every photo I've seen - the centre "ladder" section goes all the way to the front of the base, rather than the rounded bit everybody else seems to have, and there's not the "Bridge of Weir" tag on the head restraint.900t said:This is a "Bridge of Weir, fine Scottish leather for SAAB" one