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Old 08-11-2007, 12:26 AM   #1
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1 pair Mastercraft, 1 pair PRP, 1 pair Recarro seats in SoCal

All located in Orange County, So Cal. Pickup preferred. I've got specs for shipping dimensions on the Recarro's at work, will get those up Monday. The PRP's and Mastercrafts are big, but very light. I can probably fold some cardboard up around them and shrinkwrap them if you want them shipped.

I've got quite the collection here, and I NEEEED to clear them out.

The black Mastercrafts I picked up tonight, but turned out to not quite be what I'm looking for. They're like new, only a few trips on them from the guy I bought them off of. They're in great shape, and I see no faults on them $450


next to the prp's that are for sale as well



Now the PRP's
I'm posting one pic in here with a link to a whole gallery of pictures. If you follow the link, and then click on a thumbnail, you'll presented with one size picture, if you click that picture, you'll get a full size image so you can really examine the seats if you care to. The pictures are seperated by two pictures with my hands in them, showing "1" and "2". Everything prior to the "1" is what I've used for the drivers seat, everything after the "2" is the other seat.

The covers on these seats are not show quality. They have some burn spots from weld sparks, the backs have some rough spots. All in all, they're very decent, haha.

The Daily Driver/Truck model I'm selling is very comfortable, and easy to get into. There is just enough side bolster to keep you planted in off camber situations. There's one slot for shoulder harnesses but I never used it.

I COULD ship them, but prefer not to due to size and cost of the package. I'm in Orange County, so if you'd like to pick them up or check them out just let me know. $300

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And last but certainly not least, the Recarro's. These are out of my ooold Honda crx si. They were professionally recovered by Stitchcraft and are still in quite nice condition. A couple of small flaws here and there, but you have to hunt for them. The foam on these is still like new as well. You'll need to fabricate some brackets for these, but they have the sliders on them still. They're VERY dusty in these pics, but will clean up very nicely. $200

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Old 08-11-2007, 01:48 AM   #2
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Hey Chef, are those Mastercrafts just the standard ones?

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Old 08-11-2007, 01:54 AM   #3
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Yeah, Original Highbacks.
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Mastercraft seats are awesome. We had a pair in one of our armored cargo trucks in Iraq so I can vouch for their comfort. Wouldn't mind a set for the jeep...someday.
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Old 08-13-2007, 02:26 PM   #5
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Wonder what it would take to get the Crx seats to fit into a TJ...
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Just a bit of fabwork to make some mounts. They even come with sliders.

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