i was curious about those cover i need to replace mine because i did the rest of the car with a charcoal gray two tone with medium gray. was trying to decide on dark gray or medium the paint wears off to quick on the arm rest get to much use.
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When I bought my GS I replaced my interior with a leather interior purchased through CL from LeatherSeats.com. I ended up not using the armrest and the seatback pockets and would be willing to part with them if someone wants to replace either. The purchase I made was genuine leather (actually a higher grade leather than OEM). I have kept it in the back of my closet for no good reason other than "in case I need it down the road". It is not a "perfect" color match but no one has noticed a difference in the 5+ years since I installed it.
OutlawTitan - 2012 CT200H F Sport Special Edition Nebula Gray Pearl with Hertz Mille tweeters, mid, midbass, and subwoofer and the Audison Bit One Processor interfacing with the OEM head unit and controls.
That's vinyl not leather. I bought the same one. It was cut too short to wrap around to be stapled and had the crease were the seller folded it. I sent a pic to the seller and he said he could install it for me and that it was ok to be cut too short, I shipped it back and found a real leather one on Ebay for a few bucks more. If anyone else does one, you can leave the factory leather on. I just bought some 1/4" staples (I already had a T50 staple gun) and went over the factory cover. The real leather ones on ebay will not have the crease in them when you get them.
Same thing here. I re-wrapped mine a few months ago. They only left at most a 1/4" of material to work with once stretched over the armrest. Some spots had maybe an 1/8" to secure. Used 1/4" staples and hot glue. Just had to be a little more patient. Foam underneath was fine as I got to it before my elbow started burrowing in. Vinyl was folded in half and shipped in a tiny-*** bubble envelope. Took a few days for the crease to work itself out. Matches well to the rest of the console though.