Steele Rubber Products makes quality rubber parts that will withstand environmental factors and protect your vehicle from water, wind and heat damage.
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Matt Agosta demonstrates the correct technique for gluing rubber weatherstripping to classic vehicles and hot rods. He also demonstrates the easy to install Peel-n-Stick line of products that Steele Rubber Products has to offer.
In this video Matt Agosta replaces windshield, trunk and door weatherstrip. He show gluing techniques and the best tools to use to complete the job.
Steele Rubber Products manufactures and sells the highest quality rubber parts and weatherstripping for classic and collector cars, trucks and street rods.
An inside look at the company history and how rubber products are made at Steele Rubber Products. A local, family business in Denver, NC.
Replacing bumper stop weatherstripping is one of the easiest things to do on a classic car. View this instructional video. Visit steelerubber.com or call 877-455-1161 for more information and to order parts used in this video.
How to remove and replace door clinch seal weatherstrip on Ford truck. Steps can be used for other trucks with similar body styles. These instructions will help with fix door leaks that can cause auto rust. Visit www.steeleruber.com or call 1-877-455-1161 to purchase parts or for further instructions.
In this video Steele Rubber Products President, Matt Agosta, and Scott Goodwin from Goodwin Restorations remove and replace the back window glass weatherstripping on ’67 Chevy pick-up using a cord on “My Classic Car with Dennis Gage”. Most vehicles can be completed with similar steps.
We asked our staff to define a classic car. Here is what they had to say. Don’t forget to share!
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