Originally Posted by David
There were also a couple of threads on BF.C in the show an shine section showing some leather restorations using leatherique crack filler and dye. The before and afters were amazing. I would honestly look into repairing your current leather first. The results can be very good and the cost will be considerably less than reupholstering your seats.
I've used the leatherique crack filler and dye on a customer car; it is not a miracle worker, but it did make a very definitely impact when combined with the rejuvinator oil. He had a number of wear cracks in the front driver seat near the side bolsters that all but disappeared. He did have one long tear that wasn't repairable though.
I've also used these guys (http://www.diamondtrim.com/about.html
) to do some interior work on my last car and the results were very good, but it was kind of pricey.