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Muskie
post 24th April 2017 09:07
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I've done a search but can't find anything, so hopefully someone will have the answer.

Off to collect a leather interior for my 145 this week. Will I be able to fit the front and back seats and door cards in my 145 to get it home or will I need something bigger?

Thanks in advance for any help.
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post 24th April 2017 11:08
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Hey Muskie-

I'm just guessing here- but I recently had cause to get an entire FIAT Coupé leather interior inside a car- and I managed two front seats, the back seat bench, two door cards, two rear three-quarter panels AND the floor carpet- in an Audi A3.

An '02 plate Audi A3 none the less.

I couldn't see out of the rear view mirror, and it was a somewhat claustrophobic drive up the M6

But I'm guessing you can do it...!
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post 25th April 2017 21:04
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QUOTE(dante giacosa @ 24th April 2017 12:08) *
Hey Muskie-

I'm just guessing here- but I recently had cause to get an entire FIAT Coupé leather interior inside a car- and I managed two front seats, the back seat bench, two door cards, two rear three-quarter panels AND the floor carpet- in an Audi A3.

An '02 plate Audi A3 none the less.

I couldn't see out of the rear view mirror, and it was a somewhat claustrophobic drive up the M6

But I'm guessing you can do it...!


Thanks mate. I erred on the side of caution and borrowed the missus's Berlingo. Room to spare but a bloody awful drive. I bet it was a bit of a squeeze to get it in your A3!!!
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post 26th April 2017 07:02
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QUOTE(Muskie @ 25th April 2017 21:04) *
Thanks mate. I erred on the side of caution and borrowed the missus's Berlingo. Room to spare but a bloody awful drive. I bet it was a bit of a squeeze to get it in your A3!!!
Cheers,
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hi, I picked up a complete set of front and rear leather seats last month in my 145.

Just folded the rear seats down. plenty of room. biggrin.gif
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post 26th April 2017 07:23
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yeah it was a squeeze- the real killer was the carpet though.

Sounds like Peter79, knows what you need to know though...
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post 26th April 2017 13:42
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I know next time! Thanks to both of you.
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