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Old 07-04-2003, 12:41 PM   #1
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hows it going everyone? i have a 95 SSEi with the grey leather seats, and my drivers side seat has got wear and tear up to the point of holes in the left side bolster. are there any seat covers out there that dont look rediculous, being that gm has stopped production of the original leather seat covers? i took it to an upholstery shop that my boss supossedly has a "connection" with and they want $1500 to do the front to seats... id rather take out my seat and stick a lawn chair in there to drive anyways guys (and girls), thanks for the help....
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Why would it matter what the seat covers look like? Your willing to put a lawnchair in your car j/k. A buddy of mine has some nice covers in his grandam gt i know he ordered them out of a keystone book, im gonna see him tonight ill get details maybe some pics
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thanks man, any help would be appreciated
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Mike, take your car to any car upholstery shop and they can cut a piece of vinyl to fit the section of your seat. The vinyl can be found in any color to match your seats. I had my seat done several months ago with the same problem as yours, here in Richmond and they only charged me $60.00 to fix. There are plenty of shops in your area and in the Newport News/Hampton area.
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cool man, thanks a lot. thats the route i was going to go, but the guy was steering me away from it... but if you say it looks alright, i'll go with that. how long did it take??
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