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Old 04-07-2007, 01:53 PM   #1
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Guys, is this a matching interior colour?

This is from crash93ssei Bonne that he is parting out.



This is mine when I bough the car (before it was really ripped).






This is my RPO.
563 - Trim combination leather,medium neautral II(3)(96)
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No. 92-96 is different than 96-99.
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shouldn't be too bad, are you going to change the rear seats also? and make sure the parts car has the same seat options as yours!
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that'* why I really don't care for leather car interiors because of the cracking and aging problems that comes along with continued use. If I was leasing a car it wouldn't be a problem, but no car that I would plan to have for years would have leather.
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I wouldn't even care if my seats were that bad. Just do the rear as well and who would know the difference.
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I am beginning to think I will never find a replacement. How different can these two colours be? They look nearly identical in the picture....
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like WC1 said, just do them all, or just the fronts and no one will ever notice the difference!!!
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that'* why I really don't care for leather car interiors because of the cracking and aging problems that comes along with continued use. If I was leasing a car it wouldn't be a problem, but no car that I would plan to have for years would have leather.
If properly cared for and regularly conditioned, leather will outlast anything. My car has 150,000 miles on it, and the leather is still soft and pliable.

Regular conditioning is key.
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I am beginning to think I will never find a replacement. How different can these two colours be? They look nearly identical in the picture....

trust me....they are MUCH different.....you dont want to mix and match
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I did some searching for my rpo codes in techinfo. Found that 643 was not in there. I did a search for 643 and found this http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...&highlight=643 12 posts down
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Ok did a little search in the book and came up with..

643 Trim Combination Leather, Light Beige
so it looks like no match, sorry.
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