Mine came with my interior, which ran about 1500 including shipping, and had
everything for the interior, including all the stuff required for the seats,
except for a can of spray adhesive.
Installation took about 2 hours for my Herald. The seat kits by themselves
are cheaper, and can be bought complete...
Depends on where you buy I guess.
> I purchased a kit from TRF for $300, and new foam for another $200. Then,
> miscellaneous supplies and materials for another $25. After stripping both
> seats to bare metal, sanding, prep and painting... then sizing, fitting,
> cutting, and rebuilding them, oh some 20 hours later, they look "super".
> But considering a local shop, experienced with these seats, informed me
> they would have done the whole thing for $500 complete, I would have them
> do it instead. I had some fun, gained a few more grey hairs, and learned a
> So, the options are:
> DIY, for around $500 if you have the spare time and "patience";
> Pay a Pro, for about the same;
> Replace with Miata seats
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