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E36General discussion and technical help for (E36) 1992-1999 3 series cars. 318, 323, 325, 328.
New Goodies! Completed Interior w/ new leather (pics)
So I finally got my car back from the BMW dealership collision shop...new rear Bilstens and I was able to find time this weekend to finish putting in the new front leather seats, I had done the rear seats before. This week I'm installing the BMW chrome interior door handles i bough on ebay.
I also picked up an 3 series BMW auto rear window Rear Retractable Sunshade mesh which I'll install before leaving NY again and driving down to FL!
here is the pictre of the auto rear mesh...i'll wire it to a switch on the rear seat console and power it from via wires in the center console.
fixed 'em at the dealership $500 for labor and parts (new HD bilstens). I wanted z3 reinforcements and the E46 mounts...but the idiots there didn't do them....but I was told that they used "reinforced stainless steel washers" which is just as good. I'll take pictures...today because my trunk lining hasn't been replaced yet!
Looks good, but i would have rather kept the cloth.
I'm selling my cloth front seats right now...
would you be intereested, they are manual and come with seatbelt anchors. There is shredding in the lower lumbar of the drivers seat. The passenger seat is near mint...
I'mabout to put them on ebay tonight...starting bid $50.00. local pick up preffered, but $100 to ship.
pm me if u rr iinsterested...I already sold the rea rcloth bench last week for $80.
Thanks Komodo and Zeaq...
I think the tan is prone to less dust, but if you are working under the hood and you enter your car...the tan doorpanels tend to pick up oily stains and not to mention the rugs...but I've been using a armorall so far to prevent any permanent stains and I use clear all weather plastic carpet covers when i have other people in the car..