T202 Facelift Electric Black Leather.

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    BTW as far as I can tell the only AMG component on the donor car is a badge on the bootlid, just in case anyone is getting excited ;)
     
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    Do the estate interiors fit in normal shaped cars?
     
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    No, Estate rear seats & headrests are different. I think the rest will fit.
     
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    Only the front parts would fit.
     
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    Looks like it may be an AMG sport steering wheel??
     
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    Just checked, the rear seat bench would also fit.

    If you have a 202 sport with black leather seats and just wanted to upgrade to power seats then this set would be fine.

    Would be tempted if I wasn't seriously broke.
     
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    Doesn't look like it, looks exactly the same as the steering wheel in my car!
     
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    What about the head rests? I would have thought they would be totally different or can you swap the poles over?
     
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    Are these electric? if so would the control be on the seat not on the door card?
     
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    Same as mine :p except mine has the grey inserts. :confused:
     
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    Yup, eletric. MB always put the controls in the door card. If your car is not electric already make sure you get the looms.
     
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    That would make a nice interior for someone as its not only electric but heated too.
     
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    Does look very tempting.
     
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    It looks like a nice car - I wonder why it is being broken.
     
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    How much of a nightmare is it to remove a wiring loom from a donor car for electric un-heated W202 seats?

    I did it for some Cosworth 2.3-16 seats recently & it was a dash out, steering wheel, fusebox out royal PITA.
     
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    Anyway dronsfields would only sell you the seats, no looms or any other gubbins....
     

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