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[SF Bay Area] Upholstery shops?

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First off, Great board! I'm just rolling back into my project car (a '74) after a number of years and have been really impressed by increase in web presence for 2002. Seems like quality oh-2 owners are still around!

My question: I'm looking for any good local shops that you've used before and can recommend. I've got a Moto Lita steering wheel that is in dire need of re-lacing and new padding. It's got about 500k of hard use on it!

TIA.

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Try Generations in San Jose. They replaced my headliner and did a fantastic job with reasonable rates, quick turn around as well. My brother turned me onto them after they rebuilt the seats in his CS and completely restored his 911's interior...that one was a work of art.

Give 'em a call, no job too large or little over there...

Generations Auto Upholstery

354 Umbarger Road, Suite 6

San Jose, CA 96111-2000

phone: 408.224.5552 fax:408.224.0518

HTH...

-Shad

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Try Val's Uphostry. They redid my Recaros and did a pretty good job at a decent price. They're on Harrison Street.

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near the recycle center is shop for grieving (sp) bros.. they are in the book - they do high quality car interior work. they stripped my recaros, rewelded them patched some spots with matching material... etc. tell them jay kehoe referred you from 2002 board. they are familiar with 2002s and have done some really nice restos on other cars. ///

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I think they might be at geary and masonic. (they

are near the Good Guys).

He did an excellent job on my rear seat. He started

of kinda high but when the job was done, he was

down $50 and i had some free extra pieces for the

rear deck lid.

-josh

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Thanks for quick response and great places. I'll let you know how the project turns out!

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Try Franzini bros or Ken Schact in Novato, they are both good shops. Dont go to Greving Bros Upholstery, They do terriable work and are being watched by the police for dealing drugs out of their business.

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