At Steele Rubber Products we pride ourselves on being car guys… and girls, okay so let’s say car people. We all love the industry that we’re in and work hard for it so that it continues on to the next generation. For the next few months we are going to do an Employee Spotlight to
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In this video Trent shows how to remove and replace the hood to cowl seal on a Pontiac GTO using Steele Rubber Products weatherstripping.
A group of customers from Denmark stopped by our facilities for a tour and to pick up parts for their latest restoration project vehicles. Kasper Sorensen and several friends are in the United States to attend the NASCAR race in Bristol, TN. As part of their visit, they are touring many of the local companies
We asked our staff to define a classic car. Here is what they had to say. Don’t forget to share!
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
This past June, I happened to be in the Detroit area during the Gratiot Cruise. Next to Woodward Avenue, Gratiot was where I spent a good part of my “misspent” youth. I had a couple of free hours in the morning, so I spent it driving the show from 9 Mile Rd. to 11 Mile Rd.
Tracy and Walter discuss restomods and restorations. Do you prefer traditional restoration projects or is adding modern comforts a good thing? via YouTube
Matt Agosta, President of Steele Rubber Products shows how to glue weatherstripping correctly.
The city of Lincolnton, NC banned cruising on Main Street in the early nineties. Four local nonprofits, The American Cancer Society’s Relay For Life, Hesed House for Hope, The Lincoln County Coalition Against Child Abuse, and Amy’s House against domestic violence, came together to bring back cruising for one night. Steele Rubber Products sponsored the event.
When parts are unavailable we create new ones. Our front and rear windshield gaskets are modeled from old, sometimes cracked, and broken originals sent to us by automobile owners like you. We use reverse engineering to create a product as close to the original as possible. Our rubber compounds are specially mixed to improve durability. We strive to be