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FS: Recaro Expert Seats

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    FS: Recaro Expert Seats


    Pair of Recaro Seats. They are the newer, higher end Expert series. More like an Ideal/C than an older LS/LX. These have adjustable seat back bolsters (the small upper knob) to make room for bigger mid sections or to hug you more tightly for track days.

    The LT-M has the larger bolsters on the seat bottom and was used as a driver seat, so the outer bottom bolster has some wear of the foam, but no tears anyway. It also has the checkered/speckled grey middle fabric, so not 100% match to the other seat.

    The LT-F has the smaller bolsters on the seat bottom and is completely black.

    Both are missing a knob or a piece of a hinge cover, etc. Still able to get them from Recaro or used online.

    $1000 for both, or will split up for $650 each. (These are $1000 EACH new).

    Happy to ship - usually around $125 for lower 48

    Last edited by greggearhead; 04-26-2019, 08:18 AM.

    LTM with grey center is sold.


      Bump for remaining black single.


        PMs replied






              How much for the last seat and shipped to 27030?

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              1989 325i - sold
              1987 RX-7 Turbo II - sold
              1990 325i


                Asking $650 for the seat, and as indicated shipping is usually $125.


                  Bump and a shameless plug! :)

                  Whoever buys these seats should get in on our Group Buy for Massive Lee's custom taller E30 adapters, pulling the trigger shortly:


                  BTW, Recaro now sells seat replacement parts only through select retailers, not directly. The best source in the US is Griffin Motorwerke in CA -- largest inventory of parts, lowest prices, and excellent customer service. Contact Chris Smith, he was very helpful with refurbishing a set of SRDs.

                  (510) 524-7447
                  Griffin Motorwerke, Inc.