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Old 05-12-2019, 12:03 AM
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My '66 Coupe seats. I have been so excited about replacing the upholstery and the foam. I have all of the parts and the tools. The frames have been restored. I attempted to do one of the seat covers today and I am already fed up with it. I thought that I knew, I have the video, I have the tools but no, no way. Any recommendations to have this done the correct way, and when I say the correct way I mean not having it done by me. I am willing to drop off and pick up, I just want this stuff to be right.

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There is a place in Columbus Kansas Ozz custom Upholstery. His customers come from all over the US. I have used Him for years. He does a lot of high end custom cars. He is not cheap but he is good.
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There is a place in Columbus Kansas Ozz custom Upholstery. His customers come from all over the US. I have used Him for years. He does a lot of high end custom cars. He is not cheap but he is good.
Thanks for the recommendation. I am also going to call the folks at Heartland Restoration in Purcell, OK. tomorrow.

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Upholstery Unlimited on 89th and Sunnylane in OKC does great work but may be backed up this time of year like most shops.
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Upholstery Unlimited on 89th and Sunnylane in OKC does great work but may be backed up this time of year like most shops.
Good call, my friend. I spoke with them yesterday and the person who answered the phone told me "Glad you called, we're having some trouble with your seat covers fitting properly, it might be a few more days." "Oh, hold on. This is weird, we're doing a set of '66 Sting Ray seat covers right now !" They can do it, a bit expensive but if they do it right I am happy to pay. They are also, like you assumed, more than a month out from taking any new jobs in. That's okay by me too.

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Good call, my friend. I spoke with them yesterday and the person who answered the phone told me "Glad you called, we're having some trouble with your seat covers fitting properly, it might be a few more days." "Oh, hold on. This is weird, we're doing a set of '66 Sting Ray seat covers right now !" They can do it, a bit expensive but if they do it right I am happy to pay. They are also, like you assumed, more than a month out from taking any new jobs in. That's okay by me too.

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Todd is a great guy, you will like what they do. They did a set of leather skins on my C-6 a couple of months ago.
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I found a local guy (in Norman, OK) who does work out of his own independent shop. He has done more of these than he can remember. Thanks for the recommendations.

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I found a local guy (in Norman, OK) who does work out of his own independent shop. He has done more of these than he can remember. Thanks for the recommendations.

Ray (maybe I will make it to the Corvette Round-Up in Hafer Park, in 2020 ...)
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