We’ve seen sports cars with their entire exteriors wrapped in leather. But for some reason, this bespoke Fiat 500 that’s only partially wrapped in leather, strikes us as more odd.
Taxicab interiors are usually drab, dirty and dilapidated — especially in developing countries where there are fewer restrictions on vehicle maintenance.
In Mumbai, India, however, a new initiative called “Taxi Fabric” is making strides in sprucing up the cabins of ordinary taxicabs with eye-catching designs. Best of all, auto upholsterers are one of the many beneficiaries.
Robert Floyd of Bill’s Auto Upholstery in Lawton, Oklahoma was recently profiled on local ABC 7 News for his inspiring stitch work — not on cars, but American flags.
Electron Top published a number of fantastic flyers this month — ranging from helpful product information to notes about proper flag etiquette, and even a note of support for The Hog Ring. We’ve made the flyers available for you to download for free, so check them out!
A lot of auto upholstery shops sell and install leather seat covers manufactured by reputable companies like Alea Leather Specialist, Inc. However, most only cater to individual customers. To really cash in on the market, shops need to forge strong relationships with car dealerships.