I got a surprise in my inbox this week from our customer Glen G. He’s my 63 Land Cruiser guy. I don’t need to tell you what a special truck this is. He picked a bench seat with a fold down arm in black leather with special Barracuda leather inserts. The the Barracuda is perforated black leather, but the suede underneath is dyed green. It’s a perfect way to subtly tie in the green paint job of the vehicle. Looking good buddy. Thanks for the pictures.
Now that we’re getting in the groove with our latest product, Off-Road Slip on Seat Covers, we’re starting to get customer photos and reviews. So far the response has been great. This is the latest couple of photos from our customer in Venice Beach. He got the Ivory seat covers for his 80 Series Land Cruiser and set us a great before and after.
Another great set of customer photos were sent to us of his 1960 El Camino. This bench seat has personal touches from our customer. He requested higher bolstering on the sides as well as the center bump between the passenger and the driver. The colors worked out splendid. Great guy to work with too!
The latest bench seat we made for a 1956 Chevy truck went to our great customers Carl and Andree. Great choice of colors with the grey vinyl and mix grey tweed inserts. The bench seat has a cool flip bottom feature you can use for under-seat storage.
The most recent Chevelle project was exciting. Carl knew he wanted to use black as the main color but didn’t want his seats to be plain. Together we decided to use black tweed on the insert to break up the constant black vinyl look. His car is a brilliant blue so he also wanted to incorporate the blue in the seats somehow. Cobalt contrast stitching gives just a splash of blue to tie it all in. The result was magnificent.
We also made him a matching rear seat to compliment the XR Sport Seat style front seats. Great project. Thanks Carl for choosing Cerullo. Another fun job in the books.
Diamond pattern stitching is becoming more popular this year we’ve found. Check out Kent’s new bench seat he had us make in black vinyl with white stitching.
We used Glide Engineering frame # 9459 with a split back and flip bottom for under-seat storage.
Thanks Kent for the great project, it was fun.
Rick in Canada called us last month looking for a new bench seat for his 1956 Chevy truck. He chose the square back bench with center arm rest (frame # 9459 SP) in Graphite leather and Dove perforated leather inserts. We also decided to use contrasting red thread. Turned out great and we’re all looking forward to seeing it installed.
We now have the seat covers for 2nd gen Tacos. Check out this great install video done by our friends at JH Garage in La Habra, CA