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post #11 of 23 (permalink) Old 06-21-2016, 10:44 PM
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Looking good!!!! How much does this run? I would love to do the same.
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I am interested in getting the 96 Shift Knob recovered with Red Stitching and Possibly the "SS" Logo embossed instead of the Impala. Do you have a price list or a link you could post so we could see pricing and how best make arrangements. I have a spare Knob I could send so would not be a big rush.

On the console lid, how does that work? Do we send you the entire lid OR do we have to pull off the original cover OR is it an entire new cover that you make??? Really like the look of the covers. Do you also do anything to recover the Armrests? BTW - Don't have a FB account....Thx.

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Here's some pics of the shifter rewrapped I can do with the impala leather stamp
I don't have a FB account neither. U should post ur products on the vendor section. How much it costs? How can I place an order?
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i need my shifter redone as well. i dont have a facebook. how can we get this going?
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Trying to figure out which folks without FB are just old, or intelligent, when everybody knows you can't be both.

And how to get things moving? Just keep posting: threats, begging, promises, general excitement. He'll get word eventually and check back in.
For those that knows his fb username, please post it.
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Any more info on these shifters and console covers??

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https://www.facebook.com/AdriansUpholstery/ That the link he does great work

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Cosole lid/arm rests.

During November of 2016 I first learnt of Adrian's talent. I shipped him my console lid cover and four arm rests. I wanted them covered in the matching SS leather but with baseball stitching. Price was extremely fair, quality of work was second to none and the turn around time was fantastic. Some years back I had my steering wheel recovered by an outfit in Texas, they done a wonderful job but it was quite costly. I recently saw one that Adrian revered, beautiful and I think the cost was $200.00 with trade in or $240.00 shipped to you, fantastic price. During the life of my Impala I have used two different upholsterers for seats, another for the steering wheel, one for roof liner and now Adrian. Of course hind sight is 20/20, to do it all over I would have Adrian do it all. My thanks.
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