Classified Forums - Read this first!

Here are a few simple guidelines for this forum. Failure to follow any of these rules will be grounds for your thread to be closed.

Post your information
Post as much info as you can. Say where you are located, where the part is located, the best way to get in contact with you, if you are willing to ship, etc.

Post the item's information
Post as much info as you can. A price must be posted, as well as pictures of the item(s). Post as many pictures as you can, even if it is a common item. A picture tells a thousand words, but it can also conceal another thousand. Links to hosted galleries of images are acceptable, links to eBay and/or Craigslist are not. Once the item sells, please do not edit your ad to remove the price. Many people search through old ads to get an idea what their item may be worth.

If listing a car, post:
-The year and model
-An accurate mileage. If the odometer is broken, post what it reads currently and how many miles you believe it has
-Any aftermarket modifications
-Any known issues or damaged areas
-A price
-As many pictures as possible of every area

If listing wheels and/or tires, post:
-The brand and model
-As many specs as you can, including but not limited to tire size, tread remaining, wheel diameter, width, offset, bolt pattern and centerbore, if multi-piece the lip, barrel and center size. If they have been redrilled post the original bolt pattern and where it was done.
-Any imperfections, including but not limited to curb rash, bends, cracks, repaired areas, scratches. For tires, note any gashes, bubbles, cupping or curb rash
-A price
-As many pictures as possible of every wheel

If listing parts, post:
-What brand and what models it can be used on
-An accurate description
-How long it/they have been used for
-Any imperfections
-A price
-As many pictures as possible of every area

For miscellaneous items, post:
-A detailed description of the item
-How long it/they were used for
-Any imperfections
-A price
-As many pictures as possible of every area

For WTB threads
-Be as detailed as possible.
-List exactly what you want, what variations you will accept, colors or materials, etc.
-Post what you won't accept. This includes imperfections, colors, models, etc.
-Post a price range of what you are willing to pay (typically based on condition).
-Post where you are located and if you would prefer local pickup.

In case the point was not made, everything being sold on this forum must include a price and as many pictures as possible.
-This is not eBay or Craigslist (or any other buy/sell/trade site). Do not post links to those for your ad. The same goes for linking to ads on other forums... either post your information here or have your thread closed.
-Feeler threads are not allowed. If you're not sure about selling it, don't post it.
-Cross-posting within the R3VLimited forum is not allowed. Choose a single subforum for your ad.
-If listing your item for trade, post what you are looking for, what you feel your item is worth, if you would like cash back or if you have cash to put on top.
-Thread crapping is not allowed. If you're not interested in purchasing the item for sale or have nothing positive to add, stay out of the thread or be prepared for a time out. If you complain about the time out, it will be extended.
-Threads can be bumped a maximum of once per day (24h). You are allowed to respond to others more than once a day.
-If listing multiple items, post them in one thread. Exceptions are cars and wheels.
See more
See less

SOLD: Recaro Seat from BMW Alpina B10 Bi-Turbo (E34) Cloth - $1000

  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

    SOLD: Recaro Seat from BMW Alpina B10 Bi-Turbo (E34) Cloth - $1000

    For your future reference, I got $600CAD for the seat.

    Photos in album here:

    Selling a powered, heated, cloth Alpina B10 Bi-Turbo Recaro driver's seat. These were in the E34 5-series. Only 507 cars were built, and about half have cloth seats.

    Very rare, I imported this seat from a gentleman in Germany.

    All power functions work in my testing. I had planned to use the seat in my E30, but then I fixed my Houndstooth seats instead.

    The original seat rails are included, as is the pull bar from the front of the seat.

    The bad: Inside hinge cover is missing. You can't see this with the seat installed. Power seat controls have a corner that is slightly chipped.

    I also have a source for reproduction fabric, if you want to match the rest of your interior to the Alpina pattern featured in this seat.

    Located in London, Ontario, Canada.
    Will ship at buyers expense if asking price is met.
    Attached Files
    Last edited by Panici; 03-09-2018, 05:53 AM. Reason: SOLD

    '87 BMW E30 325is (restomod)
    '90 Mazda Miata NA
    '04 Jeep TJ
    '05 Yamaha R6 (trackbike)


    '87 BMW E30 325is (restomod)
    '90 Mazda Miata NA
    '04 Jeep TJ
    '05 Yamaha R6 (trackbike)


      Fabric for b10 seats

      I came across your post re seat fabric for cloth seats. I have recently acquired a b10biturbo from japan and need some bolster fabric. Could you send me info. Re the repro. Fabric you mentioned in your post. I found authentic fabric at 1000 dollars per yard!!!!!

      I just got. Back from a 4 day rally in New England- car was awesome- passed everyone on the road in the blink of an eye.