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Seats (grey/leather) -1995 900 Turbo SE

The bottoms of both the passenger and driver seats are torn to shreds. The seats work fine so replacing them on such an old car seems ridiculous. It would probably cost a 1/4 of what I paid for it.

Does anyone have any suggestions on how to fix the leather, get a cover that actually fits a 1995 900 for cheap, or replace just the bottom cushions?

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Neoprene two tone seat covers are available at State of Nine but are pricey. You can spend about $250 and perform a DIY leather repair and dye job to the entire interior. Here is what I did, using leather cream crack filler and auto leather dye. It lasts about three years and then requires touching up.

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