Just got a job at Convertibles Only in downtown Seattle. If anyone is looking to repair, replace their convertible, then call my work. Here's the website: www.convertiblesonly.com
We also do upholstery if anyone needs some custom interior stuff done. Just a heads up <br>
no vert here...but so you live in seattle now? you bring your ride?
Naa, I wish! It is actually up for sale back in Philly. My bro is being a pain about it, and doesn't want to put any work into getting rid of it. So....I might just fly back there and drive it cross country to Seattle. <br>
its pretty kick @!#$. thats a long LONG drive. at least you dont have to take a map. just take I 90 all the way! fun times...fun times..
yeah I just don't think that I can take off work that long, especially since I just started. And with gas the cost that it is, I don't know what to do. <br>
Hey man I need my top done. I already have the top. email me at firstname.lastname@example.org shoot me a price I have a 89 Z24 vert. Thanks
sorry... when i posted the "post whores" thread... this one just caught my eye...
i'm up in minnesota... i was wondering how much (if you guys even would do this at all) it would be for the entire top... skeleton frame, vinyl and all, shipped!
for a 96 cavy . <br>
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I could definatly use a new rear window.. but im thinking lexon or plexiglass.. b/c i really don't care whut it looks like w/ the top up... my top's down even in Jan/Feb! LOL when it's warm enough. but i do need something to keep moisture out and stuff.. got any ideas?
Faith is to believe what you do not see; the reward of this faith is to see what you believe.
My rear window went bad so I just cut it out. When it rained I threw a tarp over it. A blue tarp on a red convertible looks likes s*it but it stayed dry. Then the neighborhood cats decided it was a big sand box. I taped clear plastic over the rear window but duct tape doesn't stick very good. I'm gonna try crazy glue next.
The local upholstery shop wants $1,300 for a new top.