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Old 04-30-2005, 09:16 PM   #11
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you guys want RARE, look at my car. Every SSE/SSEi 1992-1999 and up I've seen with leather. Now, I don't know about 1993-1999 but 1992 leather was an option. The in my car it'* so awsome, esp. when I am driving "enthusiastically" (for lack of better terms) the cloth keeps me from sliding around in my seat much better than leather would.
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The 92-99 leather seats are probably the most comfortable car seats I've ever sat on. They are great for those long trips.

I don't like that interior.
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you guys want RARE, look at my car. Every SSE/SSEi 1992-1999 and up I've seen with leather. Now, I don't know about 1993-1999 but 1992 leather was an option. The in my car it'* so awsome, esp. when I am driving "enthusiastically" (for lack of better terms) the cloth keeps me from sliding around in my seat much better than leather would.
Get a 5 pt harness.....LOL
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Old 05-01-2005, 12:58 AM   #14
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you guys want RARE, look at my car. Every SSE/SSEi 1992-1999 and up I've seen with leather. Now, I don't know about 1993-1999 but 1992 leather was an option. The in my car it'* so awsome, esp. when I am driving "enthusiastically" (for lack of better terms) the cloth keeps me from sliding around in my seat much better than leather would.
Get a 5 pt harness.....LOL
not what I was getting at
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Old 05-01-2005, 12:58 AM   #15
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Leather cleans easier too
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you guys want RARE, look at my car. Every SSE/SSEi 1992-1999 and up I've seen with leather. Now, I don't know about 1993-1999 but 1992 leather was an option. The in my car it'* so awsome, esp. when I am driving "enthusiastically" (for lack of better terms) the cloth keeps me from sliding around in my seat much better than leather would.
Get a 5 pt harness.....LOL
not what I was getting at
Just a thought....Ya know it'* the thought that counts right?
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My parents hate leather. "Too cold". I say boooohooo to that.
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Old 05-01-2005, 01:57 AM   #18
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cloths o.k; Personally I think it holds smells better than leather, the comfort zone is about equal to me (too bad cloth doesn't have all those seating options as leather appointed though) eithers alright.
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Leather owns. My 1997 LSS still has its new car smell. W/ cloth it wouldn't.
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I gotta agree with dj2k5 with that one. Cloth for "enthusiastic" driving all the way. Took a ride in a Mustang GT at an autocross event earlier this year that had leather in it, and afterwords I decided that any car I bought for "enthusiastic" driving will have cloth seats. WAY too much sliding around.
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