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Hi all,I'm looking for a quality shop that has done numerous RRC interiors before. As I understand it, practice makes perfect in getting the templates right for new upholstery... A shop in the Atlanta/Southeast would be ideal. I've done a few searches on the Google and the forum, but haven't found much.Thanks
 

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Carpet replacement is a rarity outside of kit replacements or redying if your carpets are just faded.

Any restoration upholstery shop can source appropriate grade leather, use your old skins for patterns and do a stellar job. Check with your local car clubs for shops that do high end, judging level jobs. No need for a Classic specialist. Just seek out a shop in your area that does show quality work.
 

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You could always order from Nationwide Trim in the UK, who have done all the hard work and then have it fitted by a decent local trim shop.

Also, I don’t know if Badger coachworks are still going, as they had a very good reputation and would ship carpets sets, seat leather sets etc. out to be fitted. Again, not local, but at least on the same time zone.

cheers, Steve
 

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... I don’t know if Badger coachworks are still going, as they had a very good reputation ...
They are still going, very big in the Series/Defender owner community. They have a history with LR as consultants for troubleshooting the Tickford soft tops.

I’m not aware of any products for RRCs, but they are LR enthusiasts and probably would be able to help you or point you in the right direction.


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you might look about 10 threads down,"I need seat covers" . lseat was the company I and grnole used. I'm very satisfied.
 

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They are still going, very big in the Series/Defender owner community. They have a history with LR as consultants for troubleshooting the Tickford soft tops.

I’m not aware of any products for RRCs, but they are LR enthusiasts and probably would be able to help you or point you in the right direction.


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Good to hear that they are still going strong. :)

They’ve been doing range rover classic’s since they started, here’s some examples of their RRC work...

http://www.badgercoachworks.com/index_files/Page1535.htm
 
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