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With Over 30 Years of Fast, Courteous and First Class Service, Original Auto Interiors is One of the World’s Largest Inventories of N.O.S. “Factory Overrun” seat cloths, vinyls, and headliners for American made GMFord, and Chryslervehicles years 1950′s thru 1990′s. Although our main focus is supplying upholstery yardage, we also offer N.O.S. and reproduction seat covers, OEM carpets, sewn headliners, vinyl tops and a host of other interior trim items too numerous to mention.

“We pride ourselves on providing the best possible solution for our customers’ interior needs. Whether it is NOS yardage or the highest quality reproductions on the market, we take the greatest pride in everything we ship and refuse to provide a product that is anything less than restoration quality.”

Let the interior trim specialists at Original Auto Interiors assist you in returning your vehicle to showroom condition. Your satisfaction is guaranteed, so join the ranks of thousands of satisfied customers!

 

 



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