Date registered: Nov 2009
Vehicle: 1956 Buick Century Coupe, 1937 Pontiac Business Coupe
Location: The Woodlands, TX
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I first sent them 5 pictures of the pad, all corners and angles so they can get a good idea. Then I called them, talked to Jr, Sr wasn't there. He said he could do it for $300. That would include stripping the old vynil, re-foam, re-shape and recover the whole pad. He hasn't seen it in person though and that's what scares me. I have had this happen before, I sent something out based on a quote and once received they told me it was going to cost double to get it done... Last thing I want is to mail the pad and get the call it is going to cost now $600... $700 to get fixed... Justdashes told me $1200... So that's why I want to try myself first. There is a huge difference between the two quotes and truth is it does needs work... I don't keep my hopes high, someone said just pay the $300 and have it done... I probably will end up doing it, but I just want to see what I can do. I like the idea of body matching it, I liked it from the first moment I removed the pad, so I will see how it goes.