I can't comment on that as I frankly don't know. What I can say is getting an aircraft re-covered is increasingly becoming a more specialized thing that is getting hard to find from what I've heard. I believe there are a few shops still around that deal with it but outside of warbird stuff you're going to be hard pressed to find anything I imagine but this is speculation on my part as I simply don't deal with it. Perhaps another mechanic can better answer your question.I see lots of “project planes” on Barnstormers. It doesn’t appear to be economical to pay an A&P to, say, re-cover a Tripacer that’s been in pieces in an Arizona T-hangar for the last 10 years. The majors take their airframes to El Salvador for FAA approved heavy maintenance. Is there a similar facility for GA light piston singles?