SMS Auto Interiors

SMS Auto Interiors

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    Stormin' Norman Well-Known Member

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    Have ordered from SMS a couple times. Always been perfect !
     
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    Funny you should say that. I ordered vinyl that matched my cargo deck area. I ordered 36". I got 27". It was sent already bonded on a cardboard type material, huge flat package. When I contacted SMS they did the right thing and sent a replacement. The replacement came rolled up in a tube. Completely different material with the same face. Makes me wonder what went on at SMS.
     
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    They make the vinyl so they could do a pattern on other materials I would guess. I had a roll of original blue GM vinyl for my ex Vista Cruiser's seats and I needed another roll. SMS made it and you really couldn't tell the difference. It wasn't cheap and they charged the trim shop up front before they would do it, took a couple of months to make and my trim guy was not happy. It smelled really good though, like a new car.
    They are basically the only guy in town so you don't have much choice.
     
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    They helped me out a few years ago when I was restoring the carpet panels in the cargo area of my '75 CE. Carpet was a perfect match. I'm attempting to order fabric samples for my '87 CE now...as soon as I can figure out my trim tag info.
     
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    Dan Scully Well-Known Member

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    Had them do the door panels for the 64 880 ,look like DSC02928.JPG DSC02929.JPG NOS perfect.:D
     
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    They make you pay but the craftsmanship is there. These look superior!!
     
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    Dan Scully Well-Known Member

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    I agree ,but if you had 4 panels done at a shop it would be about half that and nowhere as good as the SMS ones.
     

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