leather repair?

Brett Dikeman brett.dikeman at gmail.com
Fri Apr 24 09:44:14 PDT 2009

On Fri, Apr 24, 2009 at 12:14 PM, robert weinberg
<centaurus3200 at yahoo.com> wrote:
> hi all,
> i'm looking for a relatively simple fix-it for the cracked driver's seat in my 1991 audi 200q20v. i'm still searching for either a good replacement driver's seat (black sport seat) or any black audi leather seat from a 100 or 200 to get the hide from (can be from the seat back as well).
> but in the meantime, i'd like to temporarily fix it. are any of those leather glue/repair things worth a damn? i'm even thinking crazy
> glue leather adhesive for now. i just want to stop the crack form gettting worse.

Your best bet is to find a leather repair person.  Reportedly, they
can work magic, and Audi leather is relatively simple (unlike, say,
Volvo's Knordkap, which is both ridiculously fragile, and a funky
metallic color.)

Dealerships tend to work with someone, so ask around for
recommendations.  You might want to up-sell a bit "I'm restoring an
older Audi..."


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