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Old 04-28-2011, 07:49 PM   #15
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Yamaha Gurl...it's me, Honda Woman!

I hope I'm guessin' right, and we're talkin' motorcycles! If not, forget my Caption, above...

Just in case you might be interested, I've got the REAL RETRO plaid bolt(browns/tans/yellow) for the front of the cushions and a tan naughahyde fabric bolt for the underneath of the cushions.

It's brand new material, still on the bolt and from an upholstery shop which went out of business.

Let me know if you might be interested in them. I can give you a good price, certainly better than what it would cost in today's market.

Good luck with your little eggie...looks very CUTE!


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Old 04-29-2011, 10:58 PM   #16
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I've got almost a full set of cushions, with a few extras. Might be a good match with bbuehlers material.

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Old 04-30-2011, 05:26 AM   #17
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Yamaha girl my wife and I ordered the covers direct from Scamp. We live in St. Catharines. We got the blue which looks a little more grey to me now that we have them. I think if you hold blue next them it brings out more of the blue and grey more of the grey. We were thinking of getting our own material but I think by the time you get someone to make them it isn't much cheaper unless you can do it yourself.
If you get them make sure to tell them you want it shipped US Post. If they use UPS you get charged an extra 60 or so bucks for a so called brokerage fee that UPS charges on top of the duties and taxes.
Never thought of asking for a custom colour from the Scamp people. My wife thought she just wanted a solid colour and that it may have been even more. Should have asked about the price difference.
By the way the prices you see on Scamp are the prices! Minnisota state law doesn't require them to charge taxes for anything they ship out of state.
So here's what we got 1 set of covers--$290
1 inter dome light--$10
Postage and fees--$50
Duties and taxes---$42.54
Total cost= $392.54
It was pricey but the new covers look great! They told us delivery would take 2 to 3 weeks and they were here in about 5 days!
Hope this helps in your decision making.
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Old 04-30-2011, 09:37 AM   #18
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Maggie you might want to consider just putting a door on the space under the fridge and use it for storage rather than trying to fix the figerglass. Lots of people have done that.

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