Looking for a place to redo some upholstery bc it's 50yo. It surprisingly still looks very good (and my friends think I'm crazy) but I'd like to seal up the radio hole and try to get the intended original look. Stereo will be a bluetooth amp that can stream to any phone and totally out of site. TIA
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I'm in San Rafael and there is a great shop called Franzini Brothers.
They had some vinyl in stock that is an exact match to the door panels that I used when I covered up my speaker holes.
Eons ago, I used the famous hot-rod upholsterer Sid Chavers in Sunnyvale/Santa Clara. But he may be gone now.
Sid Chavers is still going strong and keeps winning awards!
Amazing! He lived only a few blocks from me. After working on the Pantera and one of my motorcycles, he tried to retire- even put his shop up for sale over 20 years ago. But the outcry in San Jose/Santa Clara was so great, he decided to do "a few more jobs.....". Thanks for the info, David!