We have been looking into kits for this type of camera for some time. Most of them are covered in a glazed paper that looks like leather.
There are some major obstacles . . . first of all, most cameras are assembled so that the covering is the last thing applied. So, it can be removed easily. But the Graphic class of camera is built like furniture:
most of the covering is applied very early in the assembly process, and the rest of the camera is built on top of it. To really recover one of these, the camera must be completely taken apart, stripped, cleaned, the wood frame re-varnished, recovered, and then the whole thing re-assembled and the front standard recalibrated. The Graphics you see with a clear varnish coat on the mahogany frame did not end up that way on purpose . . . typically, their owners got deep into the project and realized that the "no cover"
approach was the only way out of the hole they had dug!
Also, the raised center part of the drop door requires a set of male/female molds to pre-form the covering so that it goes on without wrinkles. This requires some dedicated equipment, and I doubt we would ever recoup our costs. We would pretty much have to invest exactly what Graflex Corp. did originally.
Unfortunately the only option we are now looking into is a spray-on textured covering. It would still require complete disassembly / reassembly but it could be done without spending a fortune.
If you have any other questions, just ask.