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    well i have full leather in my e36 put my grey cloth in my e34 was much more comfy! looked old though but was better for long jurneys.
     
     

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    full black leather mate not a fan of half leather
     
     

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    as expected totally mixed opinions! i'm still no nearer deciding, probably wait a while and see whats about then..
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    Black FTW imo blue looks tacky and grey looks dated!
     
     

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    defo half leather for me i had it b4 that blue leather has been on ebay for most of this year i can see why tho its awfull and grey leather i thought that went out in the seventies
     
     

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    Not a fan of the grey ones..

    Cant go wrong with the black full leather suits anything - its the daddy!

    But that blue would suit your car a treat as its colour coding and some M Sports come with those and the blue dash too..

    Ive got half leather too, and I really like Half leather on any car. I like to sit in the cloth :P

    But if someone gave me the option to add £100 and get full leather, I would do it.. not that im a huge fan of full leather (too cold/hot)

    Its all about the sports seats though, I love the hugging bolsters on them.

    http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ws/eBayISAPI.d...=STRK:MEWAX:IT
    Seen those? Or have I double linked you ?
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