At 10:34 AM 2/26/99, Bowen, Patrick A. RP2 wrote:
>I don't know but if someone offered to completely redo a set of seats for
>$250 I would jump on it. (a covering kit costs that by itself).
Jump on a newly recovered seat? I think not. :-) Oh, you were not
I spent about $900 US on foams, coverings and door panels last year. My
b*tt thanks me every time I get in the car.
I would look closely at the foams & make sure they were ALL replaced.
BTW an alternative might be to aquire some racing bucket seats. I recall
from past threads they are a bit cheaper. There were some insurance and
(of course) originality concerns with that however.
>At 06:59 PM 2/25/99 -0800, Flinthoof Ponypal wrote:
>> What is an appropriate price for a pair of rebuilt complete seats? The
>>ones I have are.... well, they don't even qualify as remnants. The frames
>>are there somewhat, but I'm not sure what's missing if anything. The foams
>>and covers are so far gone that all I know is that the color was black
>>originally. That's it.
>> Local supplier quoted $250 for a pair. Since I've paid nearly that for
>>reman bench seat for my ol' Chev PU, that's not horrible to consider, but