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stevewilkinson
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2019/06/11 20:56:39 (permalink)

Centre Console leather trim

I have a 1999 C2 manual. It has the silver centre console that is looking a bit tired with a few cracks etc. The rest of the interior is in really good condition. I have blue leather and wondered if anyone has had their console retrimmed
I am in Devon near Exeter if anyone has any recommendations and costs.

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    Wiredjunkie
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    Re: Centre Console leather trim 2019/06/12 07:37:45 (permalink)
    Any auto body shop will be able to renew your console. Avg cost between £80 to £150.
    Removing the console yourself will reduce your cost.
     

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    stevewilkinson
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    Re: Centre Console leather trim 2019/06/12 09:04:20 (permalink)
    Thanks for that. The cost does not seem too high.
    997Mike
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    Re: Centre Console leather trim 2019/06/12 09:46:02 (permalink)
    If you go on to catch-up tv if you have it watch an episode of wheeler dealers they bought a 996 and did the very thing ,put leather or a centre console and it looked great 
     
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    Re: Centre Console leather trim 2019/06/12 16:31:05 (permalink)
    Mike
     
    Thanks. I will watch that this evening.
     
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