In The Shop This Month

Summer has always been a busy time for us, if not downright hectic. These last few weeks have proven to be especially so, as we’ve been up to the gills with water damage and mold remediation jobs. What with it raining off and on over the last month, we’ve been committing nearly every day solely to treating dozens – yes, DOZENS – of cars that have been damaged by the intrusion of water and mold outbreaks. Ranging from the simple, mildewy-smelling mobile four wheeled ponds, to those completely covered in an algae forest’s worth, as well as the kinda-gross but kinda-cool discovery of a mummified snake found in the depths of a Prius dashboard we recently remediated. It’s been a busy summer, to say the least. While we don’t so much mind the rain as it keeps the temperature down and business up, we’re still committed to our usual upholstery ventures.

As much fun as it is to sit around talking shop about mold, mycelium and nose wrinkling odors all day, we’ve had a number of interesting projects. Such as the mending of a tonneau cover for a real live, 1959 Austin Healy 3000, sewing jobs, headliners, and all manner of oddities. Such as –

2018 Mustang in for a top defect.

A 1961 Alvis TD21 right handed drive, in for new carpets.

1970 Pontiac GTO in for a new convertible top.

1988 Jeep Grandwagoneer that we’ve just completed the entire interior on, and will be writing about shortly.

Another barber chair we recently refinished in a quirky red vinyl.

Autumn is just around the corner, and with that we here at Seatco have a few things to look forward to. Namely with jumping on the top to bottom restoration of a 1965 Impala, some interesting projects, and least of all friendlier weather. We’ve also got a important bit of company news that we’ll be announcing in a few weeks, so stay tuned!

 

 

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