No, I don't, but are you looking to restore your interior to original appearance or are you going with a custom look? All the pieces you mention are available (pre-cut, molded, and sewn) if your looking to restore it to it's original appearance and you may want to consider doing it yourself with advice from other members here...it'll save you a whole lot of $$$ and that's kinda what this website is about...helping other Elky owners. It's not all that hard to do, and think of the satisfaction you'll get from doing it yourself. Go to www.opgi.comwww.1aauto.comwww.npdlink.com and www.honestcharley.com to get some ideas on costs
I wanted a classic look but thought it might be cheaper to get somebody to do it for me instead of buying it of a catalog. I've been looking at different catalogs and online stores but the only problem with that is the colors. I dont want to order something and not like it when it arrives, but I plan on going to the opgi store in Huntington Beach when I get a chance. Thank you
Go to Garza's Auto Upholstery located in La Puente (approximately 20 miles east of downtown L.A.). I've had 3 or 4 cars done there in the past, I've referred many friends to them, and have always had a good product in the end. There prices are reasonable, and they've been in the business for many, many years. If you decide to go with them, I suggest getting your car in early in the morning, as they fill up quickly. They can do a stock look for you, or custom, it's up to you.
Their contact info is:
14220 E. Valley Blvd.
La Puente, CA 91746
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