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Old 04-26-2008, 06:12 AM
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I'm thinking of getting my rear bench reupholstered with some nice thick leather. Probably wait 'til I got my front seat/seats to do as well. Anyone know a good place, that does good quality work? I don't really think this is a job I could do myself and live with the result. hahaha
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Old 04-27-2008, 07:24 AM
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A couple years ago I would have said take it to my dad. Retired now, but was very good at it.
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Just throw a vinyl dust cover over it, and no one will be the wiser....
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A couple years ago I would have said take it to my dad. Retired now, but was very good at it.
I had a super camper special your dad did.
It had diamond tuffed ceiling and custom door panels.
The truck belonged to the guy that had the tire shop years ago where Stampede glass is now.
He bought the truck new , its still a pretty nice truck.
I traded it to my neighbour and its sitting there rusting away.
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The tire shop guys name was Jim Beastall. (don't know if the spelling is correct) I knew his son. My dad wasn't a big fan of doing the auto stuff. Mostly furniture and boat tops.
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