How to Restore and Customize Auto Upholstery and Interiors (Motorbooks Workshop Series)
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How to Restore and Customize Auto Upholstery and Interiors (Motorbooks Workshop Series)

by Dennis W. Parks
     
 
Where does the proud owner of a cherished car spend the most time? Inside the car, meaning the look and feel of the interior and upholstery are top priorities, especially for builders and buyers of custom cars. This book provides detailed coverage of upholstery and interior options, including the variety of materials, projected costs, tools used, and more. The

Overview

Where does the proud owner of a cherished car spend the most time? Inside the car, meaning the look and feel of the interior and upholstery are top priorities, especially for builders and buyers of custom cars. This book provides detailed coverage of upholstery and interior options, including the variety of materials, projected costs, tools used, and more. The information is complemented by sequences of step-by-step, how-to photography. The information and photos will prove highly valuable to hands-on builders as well as car owners who hire professionals for their projects.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780760320433
Publisher:
Motorbooks
Publication date:
08/29/2005
Series:
Motorbooks Workshop Series
Edition description:
First
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
8.25(w) x 10.50(h) x 0.50(d)

Meet the Author

Dennis W. Parks has written numerous bestsellers for the Motorbooks Workshop series, including How to Paint Your Car, How to Build a Cheap Hot Rod, Hot Rod Body and Chassis Builder’s Guide, and The Complete Guide to Auto Body Repair. Parks has also been a longtime contributor to several hot rod–related magazines, such as Street Rodder, Rod & Custom, Custom Classic Trucks, and several others. He is currently a contributor to the new magazine RoddingUSA. Parks’ personal hot rod projects currently include a complete buildup of a 1955 Chevy pickup truck. He lives in Cedar Hill, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis.

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