Tartan Porsche seat fabric


My wife writes features for all of the UK’s top homes and interiors magazines and, like me, she keeps a blog – check out her website here. She’s just come into my office and bet me that I couldn’t find a Porsche-related item for Burns’ Night (which is today) as easily as she could.

Well, she’s wrong! Porsche did a range of tartan (or plaid) seat fabrics in the 1970s and, today, their retro-chic looks are back in favour after years of being retrimmed in leather. Indeed, looking at the bright tartans and other wacky seat fabrics Porsche used to offer, today’s black, grey and brown leathers seem somewhat dull in comparison.

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