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At this year’s Detroit Autorama, the Steele Rubber Products Master Builder Award was presented to Scott Smith for the incredible work he did on his 1953 Ford Mainline Wagon. Mr. Smith told us at Steele, “I just want to say it was a true honor that I was presented with
Dream Ridez coverage of the Steele Rubber Products Open House held September 17, 2016.
On My Classic Car we discussed our extensive line of kits for your vent windows on American classic cars and trucks. Check out all of our Vent Window Kits and more at www.steelerubber.com Follow us at https://www.facebook.com/SteeleRubber… https://twitter.com/SteeleRubber https://www.instagram.com/steelerubber/
In 2014, Steele Rubber Products teamed up with the famous Detroit Autorama to present the annual Preservation Award. In 2014, the award was presented to Clarence “Slick” Patterson for his family’s 1939 Ford Convertible Custom. The car was originally an awarding winning show car from the 50’s and 60’s, but was unfortunately tucked away for
See how the Camaro door seals are made and hear from Craig Johnson, from Custom Auto Rebuilders, talking about using the new Steele Rubber Products Camaro Door Seals. More information at CamaroDoorSeals.com Find your parts at www.steelerubber.com
Jim, of Steele Rubber Products, shows off his ’32 Ford & ’70 Dodge Dart. He discusses his car life growing up and the ’70 Dodge Dart that has been in his family since it left the lot more than 40 years ago.
One of the most beautiful design during the early years was the 1936 Cord 810 Convertible. The obvious focal point was styling: extraordinarily clean, sleek and bold, from the hideaway headlights and pontoon fenders up front to the gently tapered tail. Capping it off was the trademark “coffin-nose”, a deco-style hood with wrap-around louvers that
Weatherstripping is the simplest way to protect your vehicle from water damage and wind noise.