Remember the Virginia Tech researcher who caused confusion and panic in Arlington by dressing as a seat cover and driving a van around town? We now have more details on what he was doing. … [Read more...] about Why Car Engineers are Wearing Seat Covers
Haartz Corporation's jacquard weaving technology is one of the greatest advancements made in topping fabric in the last 10 years – providing, for the first time in automotive history, the ability to customize the color and design pattern of convertible tops. … [Read more...] about Haartz: Revolutionizing Soft Top Design 1
Are you an out-of-work auto trimmer? Fear not. We scoured the internet for the latest employment opportunities in the craft of auto upholstery and posted them on our jobs page. Best of all, we’ll continue to do so – so check back often! … [Read more...] about Find a Job in Auto Upholstery
Congratulations to Eric Gordon of Everlast Auto Interiors & Tops in Linden, New Jersey, for winning last week's Gedore Craftsman Scissors giveaway, sponsored by KC Tool. … [Read more...] about Eric Gordon Wins Gedore Scissors!
Just because drivers in the 1940s weren't tearing apart their car interiors to install 15 speakers in every panel, doesn't mean they weren't obsessed with their sound systems. In fact, some made pretty wild modifications. … [Read more...] about The Wildest Sound System of the 1940s