There are many dealers of upholstery around, and generally you get what you
pay for. Sometimes a big price differential also means a big quality
differential too, so don't shy away from spending a few bucks more if you
want the stuff to last and retain its color.
One other point to make--and I can't offer any solution--is the variety of
shades you may encounter in the Autumn Leaf family, especially if the rest of
your interior has aged/faded, as most do. In short, as long as the shade you
get is close to what is left in your car, you might as well be happy. The
only option is to replace the autumn lead interior, all from the same
supplier. An expensive option.
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