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Friday, 23 July 2010

The Finished Article

It is said that experience is only gained as a result of failure. Well that's certainly true in this case, Matt has done the job in a week and a half and it is what I was hoping for 3 months ago when I took it to the first bloke. He's done a cracking job, and added a little bit of curve action in the top pleated panel, nice touch Matt.
With craftsmanship available for probably less wedge than the big catalogue places knock seats out for, it seems like a no brainer to me.
Here's a single pad/p-pad combo that Matt offers at around £210 (USD 300)the pair.

So if there's anything you need in the seat department, make sure to check Matt out.

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