Reviewed By webster k (Hudson, FL) Reviewed for a 1985 Pontiac Fiero —8/16/2008 5:53 AM
lots of work threading the needle but the overall effect worth the wait !
Reviewed By Susan S (SHELBY TOWNSHIP, MI) —5/19/2017 4:12 PM
I do not like plastic steering wheels! Purchased a Prius and the first thing I did was buy a cover from a retail auto chain. When I returned it, I got the "it should be warmed up" schpeel. I am soooo glad my only option was to lace. It takes patience & concentration to do. You don't have to be afraid to pull it tight (to get the sides butted together) for a nice seam. You'll get the factory look and feel. Not bad for a woman! :D
Reviewed By Jack C (Panorama City, CA) Reviewed for a 2004 Mini Cooper —4/4/2017 8:44 PM
It took me a week to decide to finally attempt installing the Wheelskin on my Mini. When I finished it was just beautiful. The feel and grip are magnificent. I love the look. It's a winner.