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The '94 Eldorado I recently bought has a nearly mint condition interior. I mean there is not one blemish or crack on the leather seats--front or back. I want to preserve the front seats with quality leather covers--preferably with Cadillac's emblem on the headrest. But it looks like I'm going to have to have them custom made because I can't find anything available for sale over the Internet. Does anyone have any suggestions?

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I vote enjoy them now. But here is a link for a seat cover http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www.aut...W_FTV3ooSrscjXA

also

http://www.google.com/url?q=http://www2.pa...Bh0Bsz0t1zpkKZQ

but they both say 'custom made' so perhaps you saw those already.

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Saving 13 year old leather seats? I would just use them up and enjoy...are you saving it for a show car?

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I would give them a good cleaning and frequent conditioning (Lexol makes good leather care products) and enjoy them.

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If you want to preserve the look and texture of your leather seats I would strongly, strongly recommend the use of Lexol Leather cleaner and restorer. I had a 96 STS with black leather seats. The leather was cracked and hard, almost brittle. I used Lexol and after perhaps 10 applications over a 4 month period the seats were soft and supple again. Cracks obviously didn't disappear but the restored look was incredible. I used it on my 02 STS and the seats look like they came out of the show room. If you use it on a regular basis, I don't think the leather on your seats will ever wear out. A great product.

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Thanks for the advice about Lexol. I'll buy Lexol cleaner and conditioner--I think PepBoys sells it. I'm still up in the air about seat covers, especially concerned about wearing at the edge from getting in and out.

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Thanks for the advice about Lexol. I'll buy Lexol cleaner and conditioner--I think PepBoys sells it. I'm still up in the air about seat covers, especially concerned about wearing at the edge from getting in and out.

These people have truly high quality stuff for your car - California Car Cover.

http://www.calcarcover.com/product_list.aspx?cid=78

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I bought a leather seat cover at PepBoys for about $60. Looks good and the color is close. I'm thinking about buying another for passenger side. The cover doesn't cheapen the car in my opinion.

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These are OEM replacement leather seat covers, not cheap. They appear to only go back to 1997, check it out

http://www.shadetreeonline.com/leather/leather.htm

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These are OEM replacement leather seat covers, not cheap. They appear to only go back to 1997, check it out

http://www.shadetreeonline.com/leather/leather.htm

Those are full OEM covers--they look good but not exactly what I'm looking for. As seat covers go, the PepBoys covers do a pretty good job--good quality leather and they definitely protect the near mint condition of the original leather. I might buy Cadillac emblems for the seat covers' headrests.

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