Fibrenew Upstate recently had the pleasure of restoring the interior leather of a 1994 El Dorado with just over 90,000 miles on it. While it was obvious that this Classic had been well maintained, it did have the usual cracking and crevicing in both front leather seats. Additionally, the center console needed to be recovered and, while we were at it, we re-dyed the gear stick knob to like new condition. There was also an elbow indention / hole in the leather arm rest of the driver’s door. With no luck in finding a replacement door panel at any of the local junk yards, we settled on repairing this rather large hole – with the promise of functionality, not beauty. The owner was quite pleased with the overall restoration results, and especially impressed in the arm rest refurbishment, which included the replacement of the illuminating door light (a lucky find at the junk yard). We, at Fibrenew Upstate, truly believe we meet some of the nicest people in our day to day work, and this was no exception. This customer had always wanted to own a Cadillac Classic and his satisfaction with our work only added to our satisfaction and enjoyment in seeing the pure joy on his face as he sat in his newly restored dream car!
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