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Real pain to install but I'm pretty happy with the results. I still have the door panel and door armrest pieces to install but my fingers hurt too much. I'll let it sit in the sun for a few days and then maybe steam the seats to get rid of the few wrinkles.





 

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You know I used to not like the look of red leather in the Challengers... but hot damn those look awesome :rep:
 

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looks great! good way to bring a little life to the interior! the more i see other people changing up their black (charcoal) seats, the more i want to change mine... reps for the do it yourself!
 

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Those are very nice. Good job!!
 

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Thanks for the all the reps. Now I need to figure out how to do the door inserts and armrests. The pieces came with the kit (does not look easy).
 
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Wow those look great, nice job:smileup:
 

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How did you do the center console? If it's like mine, you had to use a air stapler, I don't have one so I'm going to have a shop install that and the door panels since you have to take the door panels apart using a heat-rod to remove the plastic rivets and remold them to use them again when putting back together.
 

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How did you do the center console? If it's like mine, you had to use a air stapler, I don't have one so I'm going to have a shop install that and the door panels since you have to take the door panels apart using a heat-rod to remove the plastic rivets and remold them to use them again when putting back together.
I used a pneumatic stapler and 1/4 inch staples for the console. A manual stapler won't go through the hard plastic. I've been watching some youtube videos for the door panels. I think I can do it.
 

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Those look really nice! Great job!! I like the location RT logo on the seat back!!!
 

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Man them are sweet, how nice they would look in my Redline ! Are you coming near the Chicago area anytime soon ? LOL what did those run you and what brand ?
Thanks, Chicago is not in my plans anytime soon Lol. I paid around 1,100 shipped. The kit is over 80% leather which is way more than the OEM stuff. I got it from leatherseats.com
 
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