For those with access to Facebook, Elizabeth from Class-it-Up is posting short live video updates of an on-site upholstery and top installation into a 1913 Model T Roadster for a customer in Kentucky, check them out!
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(Message edited by cudaman on September 25, 2018)
Crap! Iím not on Facebook. Is this the same Elizabeth that used to own Classtique? If so, did she go back into business? Iím making a top from scratch for my Ď10 runabout after being very successful with installing one of her kits on my Ď14 runabout. Would really like to see that :o(
Yes, she's the same Elizabeth. My understanding is that she never left the upholstery business. She had done several on-site classes and installations for Classtique, but sold the kit fabrication part of the business so that she could concentrate on her on-site classes and installation work.
Here is a link to Class-it-up's website:
The photos of the 1912 Touring top happens to be Carol and David Bakers car. This is the second new top . Tims Upholstery made s real mess out of the first new top and walked away and would not stand behind his mistakes. Elizabeth and her son Silas said there was no fix or help and they took off our complete top and took it back to their shop. They made a new top where back in less than two weeks, and installed it in our shop. They are first class people to deal with and a first class job, we are very pleased with their workmanship!