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Leather "debonding"

Gentlemen,
My 1982 911 SC Turbo is having a minor issue. Some of the leather coverings are starting to separate from minor areas. Especially the bolster behind the rear seat where it comes over the vertical to the horizontal area. The leather is not torn, and it looks as if some type of adhesive was used to hold it to the underlying foam. The corners are beginning to lift and wonder if anyone has a solution for this issue. I was hoping some type of upholstery glue would work.

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usually caused by the old foam breaking down and turning to powder. happens with headliners a lot. It'll have to be recovered with new foam. they may or may not be able to reuse the old leather.
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