We had a really busy month! Not only did we cover the latest industry news, but we highlighted projects, products and more. Here’s a look back at March 2021.
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Lexus and streetwear brand RTFKT collaborated to create a sneaker inspired by the 2021 Lexus IS.
FabworX, a UK company that manufactures van seats that convert into beds, is relocating to North Carolina.
Volvo has announced plans to stop trimming its vehicles in leather.
Trimmer Steward “Stu” D. VanDyke of Hamilton, Michigan, has died at age 79.
The winter storm that caused power outages and water shortages in Texas also shut down refineries that provide the raw materials for the production of seat foam.
Trimmers get asked a lot of questions about vinyl tonneau covers. But the most important one is: “How do I keep it clean and looking new?”
Magnets are quickly becoming the fastener of choice for custom trim shops across the world, and Mobile Solutions, LLC is helping to bring about the change.
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Steve Turner of Turner’s Upholstery has launched a nonprofit organization called Bring Back the Trades to encourage young people to learn practical skills.
General Motors is teasing the idea of playing video games while driving.
Luxury automakers are increasingly targeting young drivers. But Bentley Motors is going really young with the introduction of its new 6-in-1 Trike.
We take automatic convertible tops for granted. But there was a time when tops had to be manually lowered.
Trimmer Marlie James “Jimmy” Wegscheider of Richmond, Virginia, has died at age 79.
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How often should you change the needle on your sewing machine? It’s a common question for which there’s no clear answer.
Ford Motor Company unearthed more than $100,000 worth of unused leather hides and is donating it all.
Are you an out-of-work trimmer? Fear not. We scoured the internet for the latest auto upholstery jobs and posted them on our jobs page.
Trimmer Ronald Baggett of Luzerne, Pennsylvania, has died at age 59.
Sorry General Motors, but your in-cabin video game console is nothing compared to the 2021 Lexus IS Gamers’ edition.
There’s a surprise hidden in the 1964 ½ Ford Mustang that sheds light on the iconic car’s history.
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