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Not A CHEAP COPY, This is the REAL THING! Removed from a Ferrari 575 Maranello, this tan sport seat with matching stitching is full Connolly leather (sides, back, trim, headrest) and was designed for long distance comfort making it the perfect office chair. The Connolly leather is a smooth and non-perforated finish. The style is very similar to the 360/430's Daytona model in both shape and comfort, only without the decorative perforations along the center ribs making it a more reserved selection. The headrest is adjustable in both height and angle and has a raised prancing horse embossed into the leather. The entire chair tilts back from the base however the rear seat back tilt and lumbar can be set with the connection of the included wall power adapter. Your purchase includes a custom painted base in your choice of colors, shown here for example is a black Ferrari seat on a red frame.
Each chair we build is unique and it starts with the metal base and frame being painted separately for each order with a professional automotive quality paint job in a deep, high gloss metallic paint. Your order includes a custom color of your choice: match it to your existing car's paint, a trim color in your office or anything else you desire, we only need a paint sample or paint code to finish your base. We always have a few metallic silver and metallic black bases in stock for rush orders, and the normal delivery time to match your custom color is less than three weeks.
***After you place your order, you will be contacted to discuss and pick your custom base color***
The mechanics of the bases are a Synchro knee-tilter from Global's Ride collection. They are a full metal base and frame with sculpted sport wheels. The smooth synchronous tilting action maintains constant contact and support for your body in all postures. There are sculpted shift levers at the side of the seat to control the synchro tilt mechanism and seat height. The rotating pivot arms are height adjustable as you see illustrated in with the green arrows in the picture above.