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Does aftermarket seats add value to a Bird?


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#1 phaught

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Posted 4 weeks ago

Does having aftermarket seats on a say a 2000 Firebird hurt the resale value of the vehicle compared to if it had the original seats?



#2 Injuneer

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Posted 4 weeks ago

Depends on the seats. A nice set of Recaro, Corbeau, or other quality name seats, matched to the stock interior may add value. A cheap pair of eBay seats, intended for the low-$ ricer crowd will probably deduct value.

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