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Ed Lupi works on restoring an old couch at his business on Albany Street in Schenectady Friday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Ed Lupi works on restoring an old couch at his business on Albany Street in Schenectady Friday.
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Sagging headliners inside a car roof are easy. Eddie Lupi just peels them off, gets some new fabric and adhesive foam, binds them together and reinstalls them. Faded convertible tops? Line them up. Lupi will “knock ‘em out,” he proudly proclaims. “The tough ones are the full interior restorations where I have to sew everything myself,” he said. Eddie “Trimmer” Lupi’s true craft is restoring the interiors of vintage cars. Technically, the 58-year-old Schenectady man ...


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tonijean613
December 30, 2012
10:14 a.m.

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Mr Lupi- If you can restore anything- then please help improve your neighborhood and fix up your garage, property, fix the pealing paint and fix your driveway.

cfield
December 31, 2012
7:19 a.m.

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tonijean- all those improvements means higher taxes that equals higher costs to customers. More money for the corrupt Scenectady democratic machine. I say keep your property the way it is Mr. Lupi!!

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