thanks for the compliments guys.. I was very happy with how they turned out. I initially went in for a quote on doing the fronts, and on a whim decided to throw the rear into the job,,, I'm glad I did.
Much better! They look real nice. Who did it? Pricey? With that homemade back seat, I can see a lil' bit of tubbin in the rear! lol
I had a local shop near here in Iowa do it. Turns out I work with the woman's brother at John Deere. I was asking some co-workers about shops, and found out that a friends sister does it for a living... I had no idea. The total job was $1215, with the cost split in thirds almost exactly, roughly $400 for each front, and $400 for the rear (top and bottom combined). I had quotes from $950 to $1600 from all the shops I visited. Yes, there's a little tubbin' going on
Looks real nice, they did a great job. What material is that vinyl or leather?
The material was a real soft, pliable vinyl. I was told that this was very close to the look and feel of real leather, and from what I looked at in person, I agreed. The main material was a standard stock item they use a lot of, and the textured inserts was a VW (?, if I remember correctly) material that was used as an OEM seat material a few years ago. The main things I was after was a nice dark black with a grain pattern that matched the original Camaro door panels, dash pad, etc... It's very close.