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Larry Hughes 1926 Ford Model T roadster pick up of Boulder, Colorado. Built in the 1960s, Larry's finned hot rod was known as the "The Bomber" Larry's hot rod featured a Diamond-tufted interior.
Deaner Probst's 1933 Ford Cabriolet of Jefferson, Wisconsin. Known as "Lil' Dough," Probst dragged the car home as a project in 1957. He spent the next years working on it while showing it at various shows. In 1962 he debuted a Metalflake red iteration of the car. It ran a diamond-tufted interior.
Steve Scott's Uncertain-T of Reseda, California. Built by Steve in a small family garage, the build was started in 1960 and completed in 1965. He was 17 years when he started the build. The inspiration came from a cartoon that a friend had made in class. It featured a diamond-tufted upholstery by Lee Wells.

Cars Featuring Diamond Tufted Interiors

Steve Scott's Uncertain-T
Larry Hughes 1926 Ford Model T Roadster Pick Up - The Bomber
Deaner Probst's 1933 Ford Cabriolet - Lil' Dough


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