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I've used American Auto Upholstery in the past (seven or eight years ago). They did a good job but told me their lack of experience with Alfa tops made the job difficult...

Anyone know of an upholstery shop in the East Bay that knows Alfas? I just need an adjustment now but will be installing a new top in a couple of months...

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Brian
 

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I've used American Auto Upholstery in the past (seven or eight years ago). They did a good job but told me their lack of experience with Alfa tops made the job difficult...

Anyone know of an upholstery shop in the East Bay that knows Alfas? I just need an adjustment now but will be installing a new top in a couple of months...

Thanks-
Brian
Brian,

Did you ever find anyone in the Bay Area?
 

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While we're on the subject …

Any Bay Area recommendations for carpets? I see sets offered online for $500-$600 but was hoping to do better with a local fabricator. Thanks.
 

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By "doing better" do you mean cheaper, or better quality? Whatever you can get from Classic Alfa is probably the best out there, but note that it's not available in one piece like the original.
I gave up trying to find a Bay Area upholstery place. The one in Concord I've used I no longer recommend, and I've heard fro BMW people there is a good one in SF but not tried it.
The guy down in the south bay (Sid's) who has hosted a few Alfa events is very good but also very expensive.
 

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Gotcha. Thanks. My existing may be original or not—not sure but it’s 10 pieces, each one finished on at least three sides. I’ll check Classic Alfa. There seems to be a guy down in Santa Paula with every pattern known to man listed on his website.
 
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