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not sat in the garage, but rather installed in my '70 GT Junior stepnose. I have a pair of BF Torino Nurburgring (B14 on the link) leather with corduroy centre panel seats in black. They look awesome but I am considering putting the original seats back in the car so could be tempted to sell. In immaculate condition, I only installed last year and I have done about 200 miles in them maximum just like new. Nürburgring - BF-Autositze I think I used the original GTJ runners so will keep these but made aluminium adaptor cross bars from billet aluminium which would come with. In interested pm me with your email and I can send pics
 

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not sat in the garage, but rather installed in my '70 GT Junior stepnose. I have a pair of BF Torino Nurburgring (B14 on the link) leather with corduroy centre panel seats in black. They look awesome but I am considering putting the original seats back in the car so could be tempted to sell. In immaculate condition, I only installed last year and I have done about 200 miles in them maximum just like new. Nürburgring - BF-Autositze I think I used the original GTJ runners so will keep these but made aluminium adaptor cross bars from billet aluminium which would come with. In interested pm me with your email and I can send pics
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I had a pair of these in my 911 RS Rep, as they accurately replicate the old Lightweight RS seats.
I have to say, that for me, they were very uncomfortable, no matter what I did.
Now, that's not to say they don't suit everybody. I've been known to have a bad back since my 20's (too much football as a young 'un, but these seats actually gave me a bad back.
I replaced them with some period Recaro's, and put the BF Torino's back in the car when I sold it.
 

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