Here's a way to fix those cracked leather seats fast and cheap


I once had a 1989 Lincoln Town Car that I loved. It was the size of a boat, or so it seems now, at 219 inches from nose to tail(!). As I recall, it was a four-door sedan (red) Signature Series, and that baby hummed.

And while that car treated me well, it also began to show the signs of the equivalent of vehicle old age, when it's seats started to wrinkle and crack. Unlike a fading Hollywood starlet, I couldn't figure out a way to give it a facelift.

Thankfully, Sweet Project Cars is here to help, showing us how you can fix those cracked leather seats cheap, and in just 10 minutes.


Where was this when my Town Car needed it?

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