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Old 02-13-2005, 22:21   #1 (permalink)
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Good Motor Trimmers

Anyone know any good motor trimmers (good = good work for good price) in the Sth Eastern Vic Metro area? Looking to retrim two bucket seats with GHia grey velour trim to suit rest of my interior. Also looking to redo headliner and possibly get sum rear headrests to suit front seats.

We should compile a list of reliable contacts who do good work on this site and maybe even negotiate discount rates for this sites members..good for them, good for us..

Cheerz
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Old 02-14-2005, 01:08   #2 (permalink)
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Anyone know any good motor trimmers (good = good work for good price) in the Sth Eastern Vic Metro area? Looking to retrim two bucket seats with GHia grey velour trim to suit rest of my interior. Also looking to redo headliner and possibly get sum rear headrests to suit front seats.

We should compile a list of reliable contacts who do good work on this site and maybe even negotiate discount rates for this sites members..good for them, good for us..

Cheerz

Try Beachside trimmers in New St frankston, Not sure of his phone number.
His name is Rod, he does a great job at a fair price, but Don't think he'll give any internet discount

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