It needed trimming for all of the seat bars and the sides. Wasnt to bad. Rather have more than less.Damn. That looks fantastic. Nice work!
On that note... how much work was it - how "finished" was the carpet? I put an ACC carpet in my '84 this week. It fit the contours perfectly, but needed 4"-6" of trimming at all four sides and all bolt holes had to be cut. I think this is the case with all (or both ) carpet suppliers... for all applications.
$250 to install seems very reasonable. I spent 3+ hours on a little mini truck Saturday... and the seats and old carpet were already out Oh, that doesn't include time laying down the FatMat (sound deadening). That was another couple hours.... and paid 250. to have it installed.
Sorry its taken so long to reply. To answer your question i had them custom built. I just went to a local upholstery guy and he replaced the leather w vinyl for about 600.00 bucks. I've had the leather in the back seat cleaned and redyed. The spray dy hasnt held up for as long as i thought it would. Then again i have a 6yr old back there every day!!I'm also interested to know more about the vinyl. Ready-made or custom built for you? I don't mind leather in a used car but I try not to be the first-user for animal products these days and try to seek alternatives when possible. (I'm very happy to finally see manufacturers offering non-leather options in high-end cars.)