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I hv a 85' 280 GES and looking for rear passanger seat that is facing to the front as mine is facing sideways. No problem regarding the apholsary, as long as the frame and cushion still intack. Appreciate any input/ recomendation . Thanks.
 

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Boncosmarocos - 2/2/2005 5:07 AM

I hv a 85' 280 GES and looking for rear passanger seat that is facing to the front as mine is facing sideways. No problem regarding the apholsary, as long as the frame and cushion still intack. Appreciate any input/ recomendation . Thanks.
Where are you located? (Fill in your profile?) Your location might help in recommending a source for the seat.
 

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Sorry, I am located in Jakarta, Indonesia. It might be a bit dificult to locate the seat in my region, but I hv friends in the US to assist me there if goods are found there. Pls advise how to update/edit my profile, thanks.
 

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Boncosmarocos - 2/2/2005 12:56 PM
Pls advise how to update/edit my profile, thanks.
Click on 'My Benzworld' (next to the 'Sign In/Out' button at the top right of this page.

Under 'Member Profile' you can click on Edit Profile. Of course you first have to log in...

Easy

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I am not sure what the cost would be to ship because they are heavy as hell. I have an extra sitting in my garage. There are also a few listed in the classified add on clubwagen.
 

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Thanks for the input,I noticed that its rather heavy. Hv you got an idea on the weight including some sort of protection/crating?. Does yours still hv the head rest? If not troublesome, appreciate if u can send me a picture of it to my e-mail,thanks[:)]
 

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I do not have the headrests on mine. If I remember correctly they are a couple hundred pounds. I am sure that someone here know the actual weight. The things are solid steel both top and bottom when folded so you would not need a lot of work to get it protected for shipment. It would still be REALLY expensive.
 

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I will chek with my friends in the US how much will it cost to hv such heavy goods shipped down to Indonesia by sea freight. Then I can decide if it still makes sense to do this excercise or not. Anybody got an idea of the weight? By the way how much are you willing to sell it off to me?
 
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