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Cost of reupholstering and painting

was wondering if anyone has had their F250 reupholstered and painted and what the cost was?

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Way too many variables to give you an answer. Body condition? Original paint? Rust? Basic enamel respray or clearcoat/basecoat color?

Interiors can be reskinned if foam is good for about $1.5k.
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Hello and welcome to the forum. Paint is an unknown as Ross stated; too many variables and too many levels of what kind of paint job you want. Maaco can squirt paint on it for prolly <$500 but I don't know if they even tape off the glass for that price. The interior depends on leather or cloth, foam condition, seat frame and support condition, extent of work to be done, etc.. If you're going to do it, consider going as nice as you can as this will probably be a once in the life of the truck kind of thing. If you have cloth, now would be a good time to consider upgrading to leather. Yeah, it's a bit more but, IMO, well worth the extra cost.


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I went all out on my 2001 F250 crew cab 4x4 with a top notch paint job for 5K. That was stripping it down and doing it right. The upholstery front and back, headliner the works was 2K. Looks like new and I'm never selling it so I wanted it done right. Those are so cal prices and some think I'm crazy but nothing better than a clean old school truck taken care of IMHO.

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For a CCLB to strip the paint down, take parts off with very little taping, on a two tone it'll cost about 5K. For bucket seats and rear bench in OEM lariat leather not knock offs with new foam it costed me 1.6K.

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For a CCLB to strip the paint down, take parts off with very little taping, on a two tone it'll cost about 5K. For bucket seats and rear bench in OEM lariat leather not knock offs with new foam it costed me 1.6K.
Did you find the oem seat covers for a lariat with armrest ?
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was wondering if anyone has had their F250 reupholstered and painted and what the cost was?

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Got a price to upgrade quadcab with good leather and headliner for $1800

Instead of paint, take it to a shop and see if wetsanding/polishing is a option.. I took my truck in and they suggested to repair several dents and blemishes, paint the top and wheel/wetsand for $1500.. much better then 5k to repaint..
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Katzkin makes custom fit leather for your truck, my 4dr F350 cost $1395.00, and that was the front and back seats done in the OUTLAW SERIES. VERY NICE! just go on their website and find a dealer near you.
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I went all out on my 2001 F250 crew cab 4x4 with a top notch paint job for 5K. That was stripping it down and doing it right. The upholstery front and back, headliner the works was 2K. Looks like new and I'm never selling it so I wanted it done right. Those are so cal prices and some think I'm crazy but nothing better than a clean old school truck taken care of IMHO.

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I'm also in So Cal...can you say where the paint and interior was done?

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