05 September 2011

Where To Go In Billings




You know where there is a rub-spot on your carseat, the place your butt rubs against each time you get in and out of the driver's seat. That's right, it is the spot in the picture to the right that you can barely make out is slightly lighter in color.


I took it to M.A.R.S. on Moore Lane. See the sign above. Not entirely sure but I think it stands for Mobile Auto Restoration Service. They actually do all kinds of rehabilitative stuff, inside and out on your vehicles.


Don't worry about the construction, you can still find it about half-way down on the left if you are coming from Central.


They sewed the pieces together, then put some sort of vinyl-like waxy material over it and this is the result. Very smooth and colors match up very nicely. Call me a satisfied customer.





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