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LeBaron Bonney Offers Hard to Find Automotive Restoration Interior Kits

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For over fifty-six years, LeBaron Bonney Company has been providing the most accurate, best fitting, and highest quality restoration interior kits available. Produced under the Lebaron Bonney, and Hampton Coach brands, the kits are complete and ready to install. These award winning products are precision made using original interior patterns and correct original type materials. Kits are complete and ready to install, and proper component fit reduces installation time, and facilitates correct installation. Upholstery kits, panel sets, tops, fabrics, and carpets are available for vehicles including 1928-1962 Ford, Lincoln and Mercury, 1916-1968 GM, and 1939-1962 Dodge and Plymouth. Kits are also presented for less common makes such as Pierce Arrow, Hudson, Rambler, AMC, Studebaker, and others. For more information visit: https://www.lebaronbonney.com/cart/comp_kits.php

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A life-long gearhead, Street Tech Magazine founder and editor Jefferson Bryant spends more time in the shop than anywhere else. His career began in the car audio industry as a shop manager, eventually working his way into a position at Rockford Fosgate as a product designer. In 2003, he began writing tech articles for magazines, and has been working as an automotive journalist ever since. His work has been featured in Car Craft, Hot Rod, Rod & Custom, Truckin’, Mopar Muscle, and many more. Jefferson has also written 5 books and produced countless videos. Jefferson operates Red Dirt Rodz, his personal garage studio, where all of his magazine articles and tech videos are produced. You can follow Jefferson on Facebook (Jefferson Bryant), Twitter (71Buickfreak), and YouTube (RedDirtRodz).

4 Comments on LeBaron Bonney Offers Hard to Find Automotive Restoration Interior Kits

  1. Dear Sir.
    I have a 1929 Hupmobile that I am recovering the vinyl top .Do you have an appropriate beading that I can run around the edge of to seal the vinylthat will but up against the existing original beading that cannot be removed without repainting the roof

  2. What does your comment is awaiting moderation mean?
    Kind regards.
    Bill Lee

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