How To Skin A Camaro.

Dave sews seat cover.

Dave Tharp concentrates on his stitching he works on the cover for the rear seat back.

Dave cuts patterns for upholstery.

Dave cuts patterns for the back seat upholstery. The goal is to make the back seats match the Recaro bucket seats that were purchased for front.

68 Camaro door panel Camaro backseat

New door panels from Original Equipment Reproduction also get new coverings.

custom upholstery

Red stitching offers a nice accent to the black upholstery. The fabric used for the seats and trim panels is called "Black Avus" from On-Track Performance.

Recaro seat. Camaro, carpet installation.

Nothing like a Recaro seat when you feel the need for speed.

Headliner. Trunk panel before covering.

Original Equipment Reproduction supplied most the interior replacement parts like visors, door panels, and kick panels, which we then covered. Some pieces like the headliner and trunk walls were custom made in our upholstery shop.

Roll bar with leather padding Sun visor.

The roll bar is covered in padded leather.

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(Note: "Vineyard Ave." has been changed to "Auto Park Way." Our address has changed, but not our physical location.)

Hot Rods & Custom Stuff - builds, restores, paints, services and sells parts for classic autos, cars, trucks and street rods.