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I was going to post this for sale but the rules state a price must be included, however I have no idea what these are going for and was going to put 'offers', not
sure if that is allowed or not?, the thing is if I put it up too low then a lot of people might be dissapointed they never seen it in time, and if its too high
then there might be no interest, so I hope it's ok to ask here first.
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It's a light grey one with black leather and comes complete with bolts and brackets all built up and ready to fit and in excellent condition. UK.
 

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If it DOES come with the metal bracket that screws into the floor of the car (which no second hand ones ever come with because it's a pain to install / remove) I would say $250 is a good price.

If it DOES NOT come with the bracket then it's not worth much as it will be just held in with clips and super wobbly. Might as well buy a universal armrest. Mabye ask $100

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Sorry I forgot to add that it does come with the uber rare floor bracket as can be seen in the latest picture, so yes everything is here all ready to go, correct bolts also. For anyone interested the leather top can come with a choice of red, black, or cream.
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I was interested until I looked at the installation process... Not straight foward at all ! I think I have enough rattles, I won't try to install it and cause more ahaha


But very kind from you to offer to sell it here :)
 

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I suppose it depends on how hands on you are but for anyone who has a basic grasp of spannering then I think most would agree that fitting the armrest in a CR-Z
is fairly simple stuff, it's basic nuts and bolts, getting the floor bracket under the handbrake cable is a wee bit tight but just loosen the handbrake adjuster and it easily
slips under. The ultimate way to do it is remove both seats and it's then absolutely no problem. And because it's the OEM real deal with all the brackets there is no rattling
from it whatsoever.
 
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