My Sprint seats are very worse for wear. Ignoring the ripped vinyl on the front of the driver's seat, the foam is well and truly a flat crumbly mess. Once I finally get it back on the road, I know the metal framework of the seat base digging in will spoil any enjoyment driving the car.
I know that modern seats like the Rover 45 fit in easily. However they're far too modern for my tastes and look wrong in my eyes. Also, as far as I know, the correct Dolomite seat foam has long been NLA.
Question is, has anyone found a decent car upholster that has rebuild the foam on the seats so it keeps it reasonably modern?
Alternatively, has anyone tried any other readily available premade classic car seat foam padding with the Dolomite seat bases? I'm thinking Stag/Spitfire/etc seat foam kits.
Current Heaps: 1968 Austin 1100, 1974 Dolomite Sprint, 1974 MGB GT, 1985 BMW E28 520i, 2000 Porsche Boxster, 2002 Clio 172 and a boring 2010 Audi A4 that keeps the wife happy!