Diamond Tuck Interior

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Joe and Jerry Valdez's 1921 Ford Model T Roadster of Oakland, California. Joe and Jerry purchased the car as a race car in the 1950s. They took it apart and turned it into a show car. By 1974 the car had received a Diamond tuck interior by Jim's Custom Auto Upholstery in San Leandro.
Mike Maurice's 1963 Chevrolet Bel Air of Biddeford, Maine. Known as "Spill the Wine," Mike wanted to create an alternative to the cliche lowrider of today when he set out to restyle the Bel Air in 2017. "My goal was to bring back forgotten trends in books like Popular Customs." Featuring a panel paint job by Richie Borrelli, the build was completed in 2019. Mike upholstered the interior himself, using diamond-stitched fabric that he ordered from Amazon.com.

Hot Rods and Custom Cars Featuring Diamon Tuck Interiors

Joe and Jerry Valdez's 1921 Ford Model T Roadster
Mike Maurice's 1963 Chevrolet Bel Air - "Spill the Wine"

Where to Buy Diamond Tuck Fabric


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