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Old 11-29-2007, 07:50 PM
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So what is the going rate for getting 2 bolsters, and back seat redone? I'm shopping for a good interior place in my area and I'm trying to get an Idea on what I should expect to pay.

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I got a quote last week for around $6,000.00 just a rcover no foam or bases.
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WOW!

I just got off the phone with a shop that I sent pix to. And they said $2600 to recover. He said that he would repair the foam as needed, but it could cost extra. This price was for the newer carbon fiber look fabric. That is also with me taking the seats off the bases and bringing them to his shop.

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WOW!

I just got off the phone with a shop that I sent pix to. And they said $2600 to recover. He said that he would repair the foam as needed, but it could cost extra. This price was for the newer carbon fiber look fabric. That is also with me taking the seats off the bases and bringing them to his shop.

Frank
Did you decide to not sell the boat?

I have been looking for a new boat and keep coming back to yours but the back seat is the only thing that i know my better half would not like.

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WOW!

I just got off the phone with a shop that I sent pix to. And they said $2600 to recover. He said that he would repair the foam as needed, but it could cost extra. This price was for the newer carbon fiber look fabric. That is also with me taking the seats off the bases and bringing them to his shop.

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Maybe Ill send my stuff!
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I'm going to sell the Velocity this spring. The Powerplay I'm keeping. The interior is reguarding the Powerplay, the Velocity interior is in great shape.

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Maybe Ill send my stuff!

What kind of boat? Does that price include them taking it apart and putting back together? Do you have alot of side panels, ect.?

Lucky for me I only have the 2 bolsters, then the 3 man bolster in the back. On the Powerplay the seats sweep forward on the sides instead of having side panels.

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Did you decide to not sell the boat?

I have been looking for a new boat and keep coming back to yours but the back seat is the only thing that i know my better half would not like.

Here is a shot of the Velocity back seat.
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Here is a shot of the Velocity back seat.
I was just going off of what i saw in the classifieds under PP.The 33 is aswome.
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ahh, ok. Sorry I misunderstood. I just bought the boat. It's in the classifieds but I guess the old owner left the ad up. It's undergoing a complete repower as we speak. I'm really digging this boat so far!

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