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    Registered User g260's Avatar
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    Default VicBrit seat kits

    Has anyone had any experience with Victoriabritish seat reupholstery kits. Such as, do they fit ok and are they similar in appearance to the original seats.

    I have a 260 whose seats are in need of repair.


    Regards,

    Geoff

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    Default MSA kit

    I priced both MSA and VB on the seat kits. I ended up going w/ MSA because they beat VB's price.

    The MSA kit is nice and easy to install. The "grain" of the vinyl is a little different than the original, but you can only tell if you have the original vinyl sitting right next to it.

    My assumption would be that the VB kit is the same or at least very similar.
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    Classic Datsun Motorsport has the correct grain and correct pattern. These are the seat covers used for the Nissan Program cars. MSA's grain is not correct and the pattern in a little off too. But if you don't care about those things, they fit decent and the price is good.

    Marty


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    Default ditto to the above

    i got a single cover (MSA) off ebay for $50 a few years ago (i only needed the drivers seat) It's not perfect, but certainly close enough for a driving car- you really have to look to discern the differences, FWIW Jeremiah
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