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    Hi Guys! I collecting a vader interior from a coupe next weekend and I know the rears obviously wont fit, but Im hoping the front seats will drop straight into my 98 plate touring - Any thoughts?

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    Fronts drop in no problem
     
     

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    Guys those were some seriously quick replies!!! Thanks alot my minds at rest now as I quickly paid for them and THEN thought...mmm will they actually fit!? I was going to transplant a complete black interior but it turned out to be very long so I've opted to pick the coupe interior which matches my grey leather anyways and then flog the front seats out of mine with the rest of the coupe interior :0) Emm i couldnt find any pics of a touring with vaders fitted in the links btw, was i looking in the wrong place?
     
     

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    Rym has put Vaders into his touring however I don't know if he has posted any pics of them yet?and Steve23002 is about to put Vaders into his saloon too
     
     

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    Tbh I am on my mobile phone ATM and did not go through every page of rym's thread, maybe he did not post pics of the interior in the touring... I know they fit straight in at the front though...

    As stk said, steve23002 has just put some vaders onthe front of his daily driver project and he didn't have any problems swapping them over iirc.. You can find his thread with the search facility
     
     

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    Yes they fit straight in so long as you swap a small piece of plastic trim that allows the fastening of the seat belt to the seat frame.

    I have posted photos before, I'm surprised members were unsure? Do I not post photos of ALL of my work
     
     

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