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You can keep the leather clean and soft with conditioners and cleaners, but once it's worn away, you pretty much have to replace it. There are some kits that addvertise "like new repair" but they are not very good, won't last, and usually look like crap.
You can remove the seat cover (or have an upholstery shop do it if you can't) and replace the outer leather sections with new material, in the same or a contrasting color. The cover-up seat cover kits look like crap. If not, replace the seats with some aftermarket ones.
there are companies that make facotry replacement covers too. take the old leather off and slip on brand new leather.
__________________ '06 GTO black on black, m6
'35 Ford 5w coupe, LT1/T56, Heidts MII front end, '68 Camaro 10 bolt - project '96 Z28, m6, SS hood, silver ZR1's, borla exhaust, sportlines sold 10/09 '97 SS #372 totaled 12/04
Ok, the seats are in now. they are from a '97 Camaro with the 30th anny logo.
I cleaned them with a leathercleaning towel from meguiars and they look a lot better now. The worn area isn't that bad like I saw it in the pics so I'm really happy now.
'91 Camaro Z28, 305 TPI, T5, for the sunny days
'99 Camaro Z28, LS1, T56, daily driver
'03 Volvo V40 T4, now gf's-car
If you have an OLD, Oldschool shoemaker in your town, take him a sixpack (or whatever he drinks)talk real nice to him(old people can be cranky)he could tell you what to do ,or even fix that woren spot for you.