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Headliner Installer in & or Around in the San Gabriel Valley
« on: September 24, 2017, 07:46:39 PM »
My Headliner has failed & I need a recommendation for someone that specializes in Installing them.
I'm in the San Gabriel Valley & they haven't a clue & they want to charge an Arm & a Leg.
Any suggestions would be Greatly Appreciated!!!!!

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Re: Headliner Installer in & or Around in the San Gabriel Valley
« Reply #1 on: September 24, 2017, 11:56:14 PM »
Covina auto upholstery did my sisters 78 and it is a masterpiece. They are expensive as hell though. Franko's down the street from there (San Bernardino Rd in Covina) did 4 of mine and are less pricey but still a lot. Quality is fabulous. I needed one done asap and Franko's was swamped to I took my Bobcat to Garza's on Valley Blvd. No idea the city. The install is great but they COVERED the car in glue. I am not joking, COVERED! The owner is a total idiot and told me it was my fault that I painted the car before I did the interior. He mentioned that smart people complete the interior and then paint the car. So basically, he is an idiot but the install was $60. Not worth it. Pay $200 or more to get it done right.
I have many Pintos, I like them....
#1. 1979 Wagon V6 Restored
#2. 1977 Wagon V6 Restored
#3. 1980 Sedan I4 Original
#4. 1974 Pangra Wagon I4 Turbo
#5. 1980 Wagon I4 Restored
#6. 1976 Bobcat Squire Hatchback (Restoring)
...Like i said, I like them.
...and I have 4 Fiats.