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    Will an Opel Coupe interior fit into a 3 dr hatch?

    As above, is it a direct replacement?

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    Yes upto a point. Rear quarter cards are different but you can swap the middle out if they are a different colour. And You will end up with just two seat belts in the back instead of 3

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    Quote Originally Posted by SRI-T Keithy View Post
    Yes upto a point. Rear quarter cards are different but you can swap the middle out if they are a different colour. And You will end up with just two seat belts in the back instead of 3
    Not too fussy about the door cards etc... As long as the front and back seats bolt straight in??

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    In that case yup. Like I said the only change will be you will only have 2 seat belts in the back.

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    That's fantastic, cheers bud.

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    Yes but you need to have 3 belts in the rear or it will fail the mot, how ever you can get a lap type belt replacement which will fit
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    It wont fail a MOT it will just get a MOT for a 4 seat car instead of a 5 seat.

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    As it is down as a five seater it will fail, as a coupe is a four seater due to the shape
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    It won't fail, if you strip out the rear seats the car can still be MOTed as a 2 seater, it won't fail due to not having 3 seats missing in the rear.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Windrew View Post
    Yes but you need to have 3 belts in the rear or it will fail the mot, how ever you can get a lap type belt replacement which will fit
    lol, no it wont.

    as long as it has the right number of belts to match the number of seats it will pass.

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