We’ve recently beefed up our research and development efforts in order to add to our parts offerings here at Steele! We are pouring over customer requests, vehicle data and the current trends and we are excited to announce 23 new parts this month- with many more to come! New Parts: Push on Style Door Seal–
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Matt Agosta’s Corvette
Restored by Retro Designs using Steele Rubber Products.
Rubber, what is it? This marvelous material has found its way into just about everything in our lives. Found originally in Central and South America, this natural, organic plant abstract was first given its name 230 years ago by a British chemist Joseph Priestley. He received a bouncy ball of unfamiliar material from an American
PGA golfer and 2012 Masters Champion, Bubba Watson, recently purchased the original General Lee from the television show, “The Dukes of Hazzard”. This 1969 Dodge Charger was restored with help from the guys from Desert Valley Auto Parts, stars of the television program “Desert Car Kings” on the Discovery Channel. Steele Rubber Products has worked
Saturday| June 23, 2012 This morning we began the Great Race in Traverse City, Michigan. It was a great turnout the streets were packed with people giving us a wonderful send off today. Even the Governor of Michigan waved the green flag to us started today. It was a beautiful day, sunny about 75. We
Automotive restoration is a fulfilling hobby. The only think that can make it better is meeting and sharing with other hobbyists. Almost everyone at Steele Rubber Products is a hobbyist or related to one. We share ideas, pictures, tips and of course, our resources. Here are some of the main web resources for automotive restorers
I’ve gone through many cars in my lifetime and had many favorites. But the one I miss the most was my 1968 Pontiac Firebird 400 convertible, regimental red with white interiors. It was just the right size, sporty, and plenty of power. It had attitude with its snooty hood scoops. It was the one car
Barry Penfound is the owner of Penfound Design and our January Builder. Barry started customizing cars in 2002. His debut car was the 1959 Buick LoSabre. We asked him a few questions about his start in the customization business and projects we can expect from Penfound Design in the future. Here is what he had
via YouTube Walter thinks shaved handles are not functional. Tracy says it’s about the look and showing off some restoration skills. What do you think?