Leather Restoration Question from Brian Farrington

Submitted on 22/06/2010

Hi, I have a 1989 Mk3 Toyota Supra Turbo in black with the grey leather interior. Unfortunately the driver's seat bolster has worn through to the underlying foam. Pictures attached. As it's a relatively low mileage car in good condition otherwise, I feel there's a need to fix it. Also, the paintwork, while good overall, is faded a little in some areas and generally could benefit from a good "mop and polish" according to my tyre fitters(!). Could you please supply quotes for both these separately. Thanks, Bri. (Mid Bedfordshire) Model: 1989 Toyota Supra 3.0 Turbo


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I think that looking at the pictures that you will need to have a few leather panels replaced which would cost around £150- £200 depending on how much you have.

Here's a link to our exterior valeting prices your car would be exec. I would suggest you have a double buff v2k at the bottom of the page as well as the exterior valet.  

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