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PostPosted: Tue Oct 06, 2009 5:48 pm    Post subject:  great auto seat repair business in MA! Reply with quote

I just had to let some people know about this awesome seat upholstery I found in Palmer MA. It's called Park Auto Trim. It's an older guy who has been doing this forever, and for $100, he is making new seat covers for my 1991 Chevy pickup, and adding more foam where it's worn out. I couldn't believe it, since replacement seat cover are $30-$200, junk yard seats are $150, and new foam is $150+. The showroom looks like it hasn't been touched since 1950, it's a sight to behold. If anyone has worn seats that need repair, it's well worth the trip, and unbelievably cheap. The examples I saw looked like brand new seats.
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PostPosted: Tue Oct 06, 2009 6:02 pm    Post subject:  Re: great auto seat repair business in MA! Reply with quote

umaSS wrote:
I just had to let some people know about this awesome seat upholstery I found in Palmer MA. It's called Park Auto Trim. It's an older guy who has been doing this forever, and for $100, he is making new seat covers for my 1991 Chevy pickup, and adding more foam where it's worn out. I couldn't believe it, since replacement seat cover are $30-$200, junk yard seats are $150, and new foam is $150+. The showroom looks like it hasn't been touched since 1950, it's a sight to behold. If anyone has worn seats that need repair, it's well worth the trip, and unbelievably cheap. The examples I saw looked like brand new seats.

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