Bugatti took super luxury interiors to an entirely new level when it debuted this hand-braided leather door panel in its limited-edition Veyron 16.4 Grand Sport Vitesse.
The trend of customers buying subpar convertible tops online and asking auto upholstery shops to install them is a problem we’ve discussed in great length on The Hog Ring. It decreases our sales, disrupts our workflow and – when the product inevitably fails – damages our reputations.
Fortunately, we’re not alone in the fight against inferior-quality products. Haartz Corporation, the auto industry’s leading manufacturer of convertible topping material, has launched a campaign to educate the public on the benefits of having professional auto trimmers install convertible tops – manufactured using quality Haartz material – on their cars.
When it comes to producing quality convertible tops, Electron Top doesn’t mess around. Their products are high quality, priced fairly and always accompanied with superb customer service. What’s more, they’re also sourced and made right here in the United States.
In a recent flier mailed to auto upholstery shops, Electron Top‘s team asks: “Where are your convertible tops being manufactured?”
We recently came across this eye-catching miniature display seat on the Instagram account of Dane Utech, a talented auto trimmer employed at Customs by Vos. Having built a few display seats of our own and shared with The Hog Ring community why and how to fabricate them, we thought it would be great to hear the story behind this unique design.
With the 2014 SEMA Show less than two months away, Performance & Hotrod Business magazine has published a timely article titled “Industry trade shows — are they worthwhile or a waste?” The piece provides great insight on why you should consider attending trade shows, as well as advice on how to maximize the opportunities they offer.