Just wondering if anyone knows of a place to get interiors done in the Pacific Northwest. I'm looking at seats, door cards and headliner. I live in the Tacoma Washington area so west side is preferable .  appreciate any help.  

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Best to go to cruise ins and talk to people. Find out where they go and who is known for a good job.

That's Russ, thats tough this time of year in the PNW as its not cruise season. Everyone hibernates up here and works on their cars. 

Best to go to cruise ins and talk to people. Find out where they go and who is known for a good job.

Check out and join a Cadillac LaSalle Club (CLC) region in your area.   They will be an invaluable resource for networking and finding local recommendations. Here is one I see on the list of CLC regions in WA state on the Chapters & Regions page at https://www.cadillaclasalleclub.org/general/custom.asp?page=regions... :

PACIFIC NORTHWEST (1966)
Robert A. LeCoque
P.O. Box 3025
Renton, WA 98056-5025
(206) 799-6585
rLecoque@msn.com
WEBSITE

If into a member of the CLC join them at www.cadillaclasalleclub.org/join    They currently have a free 6 month free membership deal through now and the end of the year!

Thank you Jason, I will look into that 

try these guys they supposedly took over from the guy that did a great job on mine many years ago. it looked factory correct when I got it back including the crests embossed in the leather.The company is -- Texas Auto Upolstery --in Vancouver Washington
The new owner is --Emilio @ 360 771 3565

Thank you Maurice I will look them up. 

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