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Hey guys since im really taking my time looking for a nice set of front used cream colored seats or covers so match the backs(i dont want new or it would look weird since my back is in nice shape too but still used)so im wondering if anyone has or how they think 100% sheepskins would look in a w140? my fronts are pretty bad..as really the only flaw other then floormats in my car that look like crap..what you guys think???
 

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So what the seats or the covers look yuck? Cause IMO sheepskin looks yuck, I'd just get your seats recovered then. So long as you look after it the leather in the car should last forever, mines in pretty good condition with no cracks or rips.
 

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I have sheepskins in my 500SEL (Black/parchment) and they look fine. The front seats were in such bad shape and it was going to cost a a fortune to repair or replace. The sheepskins (genuine) cost $475 and they look and feel great. When people get in my car they don't complain about the 'skins...they ask why the heck I didn't get them for the back too!
 

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DaimlerChrysler said:
I have sheepskins in my 500SEL (Black/parchment) and they look fine. The front seats were in such bad shape and it was going to cost a a fortune to repair or replace. The sheepskins (genuine) cost $475 and they look and feel great. When people get in my car they don't complain about the 'skins...they ask why the heck I didn't get them for the back too!

You think you could take a pic of them so I can get an idea of how it would look?
 

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IMO I would just wait until i had enough money to replace or repair the original.
 
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