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- 08-24-08 10:17 PM #1Cadillac Owners Member
- Automobile(s): '85 Cadillac Fleetwood Brougham
- Join Date
- Jul 2008
Chicago Upholstery Work
I need a new headliner in my '85 Cad. Any auto upholstery shop recommendations for Chicago area north suburbs?
- 08-25-08 01:01 PM #2
Re: Chicago Upholstery Work
Please put what type of car you have in your profile. There are no good places around here to do it. I did the one in my Fleetwood my self and it cost like $30 for fabric and glue and about a day (mostly waiting for glue to dry). I was having trouble finding the right color headliner fabric so I called Riggs Brothers and they wanted $400 just to glue the fabric to the board! I already had it out of the car and was gonna bring in in our van and they wanted that much for some fabric and a little glue.
Here it is now. These pictures are a few months old and the sun was playing games with my camera so it looks a lot worse than it actually is. None of those bulges (or dips rather) are there anymore.
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