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Gary Ruddell's 1955 Pontiac of Norwalk, California. Gary was the President of the Seagrams of Norwalk car club, and the Pontiac was his first car. He bought it in 1959 and began restyling it shortly thereafter. It featured a custom upholstery that was stitched in Tijuana.
Dick King's 1957 Chevrolet Four-Door Hardtop of Norwalk, California. Dick was a member of the Seagrams of Norwalk car club, and his car was restyled around 1958 - 1959. Once completed, the car was shown as Kings Royalty. It featured an upholstery made in Tijuana.
Hilton Vail's 1957 Ford Fairlane 500 of San Bernardino, California. Hilton was an active member in the San Bernardino Krankers car club from 1958 to 1961. He bought the Ford brand new, and completed the build circa 1958. The interior was upholstered in Tijuana.
Al Smith's 1956 Chevrolet Bel-Air of Battle Creek, Michigan. Smith was a member of the Cereal City Rod and Custom Club, and his Bel-Air featured a white rolled and pleated that was stitched in Tijuana, Mexico.
Donn Conway's 1950 Oldsmobile Four-Door Sedan of Stockton, California. Donn was a member of the Cameos of Stockton car club and the Olds was his first car. He bought it in 1959. By 1961 he had repainted it AquaMist and dressed ut up with a Tijuana upholstery, chromed and reversed wheels, and dual dummy spotlights. Photo courtesy of Donn Conway.


Custom Upholstery Shops of Tijuana, Mexico

Ricky's Upholstery Shop
Tijuana Upholstery


Custom Cars Upholstered in Tijuana, Mexico

Donn Conway's 1950 Oldsmobile Four-Door Sedan
Gary Ruddell's 1955 Pontiac
Al Smith's 1956 Chevrolet Bel-Air
Hilton Vail's 1957 Ford Fairlane 500




 

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