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Italian Style
 $449 per pair - Leather-ette
 
$699 per pair - Leather
 Special sewing on the bolsters replicates
   the stitch pattern found in the Ferrari 355.
  Popular in Panteras.

 *Not available in two-tone.

 Add Color Welts - Free.

 Embroidered Logos - $29 pr
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 Speaker holes - $29 pr.
 Seat Belt Slots - $39 option.

 Includes video instructions & install kit.

 
2 Italian Style
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Dark Tan
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Fiero Logos
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No Speakers

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Tom W

Paducah, KY

3 Italian Style
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Dark Tan
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Horse Logos
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No Speakers

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   Just wanted to tell you the seat covers that you sent for my car were amazing and so easy to install with your DVD. I will highly recommend this to everyone.

Thanks,

Sam
Ontario Canada

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Italian Style
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Dark Gray &
Pistol-Grip gray inserts
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No Logos
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No Speakers


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In a world where we put up with "things not quite right", the beautiful leather seat covers you made for my Fiero are an outstanding exception.
They're super quality, fit perfectly, and look great. The completeness of your kit, excellent installation video, and on-time delivery are all greatly appreciated.

Thank you,

Larry

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Italian Style
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Black
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with matching
Console Saddle

In a Fiero  re-body

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Italian Style
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Black
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Pantera Logos


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Mr.Mike,
     Here are the pictures of the new leather
     seats in my Pantera.
     They came out great!

  Kris
  1971 Pantera
   Texas

7 Italian Style
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Dark Gray
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No Logos
 
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Dark Tan
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Fiero Logos
 
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Dark Gray
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No Logos

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Mr. Mike,
Thanks so much for your great seat covers, supplies, and excellent video.
Everything worked out great and was much easier than I imagined or hoped.
Thanks, Chris from Atlanta
10 Italian Style
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Black & Black Dots
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GT Logos

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"Thanks for putting the 'Dots' in the center,
 Alex

 

     
 
Sometimes it's hard to see the detail of the twin line stitching on the bolsters.

   Here is a picture I took of a set under construction.  It is the twin stitch that makes them "Italian" style.
MrMike
 
   

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