I just done a set of PUI cover on my buckets for a 70 and they are awesome in fit and finish. Now they may not wear as good as that will have to be seen but they look really good. PUIs are sold by almost everyone except opgi so find the best price and go with it.
installed PUI covers on my convertible about 14 years ago (along with door panels). The car was without a top (NO top at all) for the first 8+ of those years. I installed them myself, first time ever doing that. To top it off, they were "White"...
I sold the car last year, and the interior still looked GREAT! And honestly, I did very little cleaning/upkeep (maybe wipe them down once or twice a year, and maybe one semi-thorough cleaning in the first 12 years). EXCELLENT product.
I have friends that also have PUI covers, and all have been great; fit, finish and durability...
Not saying that Legendary isn't a better product, IF
they even offer covers for your year Chevelle yet anyway.
The only thing I was really getting out of these seat cover posts/threads, is that supposedly
Legendary covers (for 1970 Chevelles) were a little more "accurate" of a reproduction...
I do wonder WHY Legendary took so long to come into the "Chevelle" market? They have been doing seat covers for years, and haven't they been doing the other GM products? IF PUI was "allegily" so bad, then why didn't they step into this market YEARS ago, instead of focusing on a smaller market (with less competition, but still alot smaller)... When does legendary plan to have a complete Chevelle line available? Or do they now?