With the successful launch of the Cruiser Collection at the SEMA Show 2022, TMI expands the line with matching rear seat upholstery during their March 4th Cars and Coffee event.
Corona, Calif. (February 21st, 2023) During the SEMA Show 2022, TMI Products launched an innovative new line of seats dubbed the Cruiser Collection. Whether you’re cruisin’ to your local show, drivin’ cross country, or rippin’ around the Autocross track, the Cruiser Collection is right for you. Now TMI has expanded the line with a line of matching rear seat upholstery.
On March 1st this rear seat upholstery will be available for Chevelle, Early Mustangs, Camaros, Nova’s, and ‘66-67 GTO’s. The upholstery features matching black vinyl and the same pattern as the front seats.
On Saturday, March 4th, TMI is hosting a Cars and Coffee event for enthusiasts in the SoCal area at their facility in Corona, CA. During this event there will be a live install on FiTech’s 1970 Chevrolet C10. TMI will install a complete new interior, right out of the box.
This interior install features a pair of Cruiser Collection Low Back bucket seats, switching out the bench bracket to bucket seat brackets, along with carpet, console, and door panels. In an hour or two they will completely reupholster the entire truck and you can watch them do it.
Fuel up your ride, come down to check out the cars, drink some coffee, and watch the install of a Cruiser Collection interior in the FiTech C10!
For more information visit TMIProducts.com
All sales inquiries can be handled by calling 888-460-0640.
About TMI Automotive Products, Inc.
TMI Automotive Products Inc. was founded in 1982 by the Tuccinardi brothers, who started off producing Volkswagen door panels in their family garage in Torrance, California. In the years since, TMI has constantly evolved with the trends of the automotive market to offer a wide range of interior components including seating, consoles, floor coverings, door panels, convertible roof assemblies, headliners, and dash pads. While our designs have evolved over time, our original hands-on, in-house construction approach has remained. All portions of our products are manufactured with hands-on control: from cutting and welding of raw materials to laying down each stitch, pouring foam for seats, and final assembly. From humble beginnings 40 years ago, TMI started as a family-run business and its intention is to stay that way. For more information, visit www.tmiproducts.com.