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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-08-2014, 04:45 PM Thread Starter
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FS: W110 seats (white), Seattle area

I have fronts and rear in white, condition of the cushioning and front bases is actually quite good (rear base has rust but is serviceable); covers have no major rips, the fronts are actually decent, but, they're dirty: black dirt like very old mildew (though they don't smell). Ronsonol lighter fluid gets this dirt right out. But you would need to scrubandscrubandscrub for hoursandhoursandhours to clean them up --but if you did, they'd look pretty good. Need 'em out of my garage. If you are in the Seattle area and are maybe interested, PM me.

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-10-2014, 02:25 AM Thread Starter
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These seats were taken from a 1967 230. It had round Cibie headlamps, not stacked.

Pictures of these W110 seats in .tar compressed format (62 MB):
***edited: it has been reported that this website, when downloading on a Windows computer, gives you an .exe file which attempts to load an unknown file called "installer for AllaboutApp"
...so, if you want pics, PM me your email address.***

I also have the base onto which the front center piece fits.

Disclaimer: I Am Not A Qualified Automotive Safety Engineer...but...if you are truly ambitious, I do have a pair of white bat-ears headrests, which I took from a W115--but I have a sneaking suspicion they are actually early W123. (how would one tell?) --If you were to buy the rear headrest mounting hardware which I have listed for sale in the W123 section, and these white headrests, it *should* be possible, in theory, to arrive at W110 seats with headrests, if you are determined and clever enough. But then the headrests would not have genuine Mercedes engineering behind them, so don't quote me to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration on this!

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Asking price is $150, but if someone buys the Blaupunkt Series "A" radio as well, then I'll cut a package deal.

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