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    1. #1
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      Recaro Classic LS

      Looks like Recaro has a newer line called the Classic with the LS and LX version. Has anyone seen these yet? Sat in them? any reviews or feedback? Any info at all?
      please & thank you



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      No feedback for you, but damn they look nice, any idea on price?

      https://www.recaro-automotive.com/en...aro-classic-ls

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      They do look very nice. I like the LX myself.

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      This is the only thing I can find on line with a price... I hope that's for a pair

      https://www.vividracing.com/recaro-c...153648888.html

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      I'm planning to place an order for seats next week (for my 70 Firebird). Had decided on Expert M (most comfortable to me) over the Specialist (which I prefer from an aesthetics standpoint), but now there are these additional choices to consider. Is the LX and LS essentially the Specialist and Expert?

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      Quote Originally Posted by Just 1 More View Post
      This is the only thing I can find on line with a price... I hope that's for a pair

      https://www.vividracing.com/recaro-c...153648888.html
      I'm going to say that's for a single since its wrapped in leather.

      I have a set of LS-B that is got years ago and had them rewrapped in a classic style for my cutlass.
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      Quote Originally Posted by Just 1 More View Post
      This is the only thing I can find on line with a price... I hope that's for a pair

      https://www.vividracing.com/recaro-c...153648888.html
      That's for a single seat, which is par for the Recaro course.
      1973 Camaro: LS427/570, T56, Speedtech ExtReme subframe/torque arm

    8. #8
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      The Classic line was announced late last year and they aren't available in the US through any authorized dealer. I've sat in the Classic LS. They are very close to the Specialist in terms of shape. I like the look a lot, but I decided against them (and everything else in the Comfort line) due to the lack of back/thigh bolsters and 5/6-point compatibility. If you like the Classic LS, check out the Specialist M (not the S), which has the more supportive thigh bolsters like the Classic LS. If you like anything Recaro, get your order in now. Demand is high and they are having a lot of problems getting product to the States. Lead times when I put my order in a couple weeks ago was nine weeks. I checked back this week and lead times for new orders have now jumped to four months.
      1973 Camaro: LS427/570, T56, Speedtech ExtReme subframe/torque arm