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    Junior Member delozealot's Avatar
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    Seat Covers

    Hey guys,

    I'm looking for some new Seat Covers for my D - found the LSeat Covers and like them (bc they have to ripples)

    Someone here with these Covers and has experiences after a few years?

    Or do you have alternatives without ripples? Price is also unbeatable at LSeat i think.


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    If it were me, I'd go with these covers from DeLorean Go, which are supplied to them by DeLorean Europe. These use the same material as the original seats, and (at least to my eye) have the closest appearance to factory seats in terms of color and matching the rutched center section. Expensive though.

    https://www.deloreango.com/us/origin...at-covers.html
    https://www.deloreango.com/us/origin...at-covers.html

    They also sell these for about half the price:
    https://www.deloreango.com/us/grey-seat-covers.html
    https://www.deloreango.com/us/black-seat-covers.html

    And DMCH has their own offering:

    https://store.delorean.com/k116601-s...y-2-seats.html
    https://store.delorean.com/k116600-s...k-2-seats.html

    Here is another thread where various options are discussed
    https://dmctalk.org/showthread.php?19254-Seat-Covers

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    Thanks for the help

    I know the offerings from those sites but I was looking for some experiences and pics after years of using.

    The DGO ones seems to be without the ripples. But I haven?t seen a picture when they are in the car.

    And the original fabric ones are too expensive I think. I really don?t want the ripples, i like the clean smooth look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by delozealot View Post
    Thanks for the help

    I know the offerings from those sites but I was looking for some experiences and pics after years of using.

    The DGO ones seems to be without the ripples. But I haven?t seen a picture when they are in the car.

    And the original fabric ones are too expensive I think. I really don?t want the ripples, i like the clean smooth look.
    The official term is "ruching". I've seen it called "runching" but I think that's a typo. I'm not clear if the original seats had it;
    because if they did, it came out a long time ago, since you don't see it with original seats any more.

    I'm interested to see where you saw fabric ones - I've only ever seen leather - and of course, that's only the front and seat -
    the rest is vinyl.

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    I'm interested to see where you saw fabric ones - I've only ever seen leather - and of course, that's only the front and seat -
    the rest is vinyl.

    They say:
    made using the factory original grey material here in the UK - for a completely factory original look
    But I think it was my translation mistake.


    I?ll order the Lseat ones. Give them a try and I?ll post them then.

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