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    Engine : 1.9 CDTI 150

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    Do you think £350 is a good price for a full Leather GSI interior. It's in good condition. Just a little bit damp ?

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    Vehicle : Vectra C 3.2 Gsi Auto LPG (with LUBE)

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    I reckon that's a price that is around average, possibly even low. It's a buyer demand thing. Next week it could either be £500 or £250. So you pays yer money ........etc.

    If it's damp, then how damp ? Flood damaged perhaps ? In that case, offer a lot less

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    Why a lot less If flood damaged ?

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    It will need stripped down cleaned and dried.

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    Because firstly you won't know the long term effects of the damage for ages, and secondly because the entire vehicle was probably purchased for peanuts

    On the brighter side, if it was flood damaged, the water may have only just entered the car and not affected the seats to any extent, in which case, unlikely to cause problems, BUT a fully submerged vehicle..... well I wouldn't want to sit on anything close to it myself

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    i have got him down to £250 at the moment, so seriously thinking about it now, seat foam front and rear seems dry.

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    If its all nice and dry I would take a punt at that price.

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    need to make sure all the electrics work mate e.g the heated pads on it water may have damaged them if i came that high

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    Then, provided you are happy with it and there are no hidden tears or poor repairs (particularly check the perforated areas of both the seat and backrests both front and rear, but more often than not, the front. This perforated leather tends to tear easily just like "tear along the dotted line" for paper).

    Check as per Ant's electric comments (might be difficult if already removed) make sure you get the heated seat switches too, and then go and snatch his arm off, the price you have him down to is more than on the lower side of "average price"

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    I just picked them up for £230, could'nt test the electrics but all looks dry, carpet was only slightly moist, no water under carpet. so i hope they will be ok, only problem i can see is someone has cut the Seat belt pre-tensioner connector off, is this just a case of putting a new connector on it ? tried getting rear seat heating loom out but gave up as it goes throughout the car, would off been a nightmare

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