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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-07-05, 07:01 AM
NCMan
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Anyone in the mid-Atlantic States parting out a 940 wagon?

I am looking to extend the useful life of our 1994 940 wagon. Mechanically it is sound right now (170K+ miles), and I am looking for replacement seats. The original tan cloth seats, while still very comfortable, are stained from years of dribbles from juice boxes, sippy cups, and milk bottles, etc. on the bottom cushions. After multiple scrubbings using many different types of cleaners, they are probably the cleanest seats around. And yet still stained.

If anyone if parting out a 1993-1995 940 wagon with a usable tan leather interior then post a reply to this message. Preferrably with no holes or tears in the leather; I can restitch seams if the thread has simply broken.

I am in North Carolina, so if you are close even better.

Before anyone asks, yes, I am also wading through piles of sites suggested by Google, DogPile, Yahoo, etc.

Regards,

NCMan

1994 940 Turbo Wagon (170K+ miles, still strong)
1992 940 GL (145K miles - now gone)




 
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post #2 of 2 (permalink) Old 09-08-05, 09:01 AM
Joe D
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Re: Anyone in the mid-Atlantic States parting out a 940 wagon?


>I am looking to extend the useful life of our 1994 940 wagon. Mechanically it is sound right now (170K+ miles), and I am looking for replacement seats. The original tan cloth seats, while still very comfortable, are stained from years of dribbles from juice boxes, sippy cups, and milk bottles, etc. on the bottom cushions. After multiple scrubbings using many different types of cleaners, they are probably the cleanest seats around. And yet still stained.
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>If anyone if parting out a 1993-1995 940 wagon with a usable tan leather interior then post a reply to this message. Preferrably with no holes or tears in the leather; I can restitch seams if the thread has simply broken.
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>I am in North Carolina, so if you are close even better.
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>Before anyone asks, yes, I am also wading through piles of sites suggested by Google, DogPile, Yahoo, etc.
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>Regards,
>
>NCMan
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>1994 940 Turbo Wagon (170K+ miles, still strong)
>1992 940 GL (145K miles - now gone)
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>

Here is a URL for leather seat replacement:

http://www.saabstuff.com/seatcovers.html
 
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