Spirit of the 50s Interiors

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s.unsworth
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Spirit of the 50s Interiors

Post by s.unsworth » 23rd June 2013 - 12:03pm

I got new Type 3 Front Door Cards & Rear 1/4 Cards plus a Full Set of Carpets from Spirit of the 50s. I also got a Full Set of Carpets for the`66 Beetle from them. Good quality stuff, made to order, choice of Colours, cut outs etc.

Apparently they did a Silver / Grey Squareback a couple of years ago which won Best In Europe and was on the front cover of Volksworld.

http://www.spiritofthe50s.co.uk/

I have contacted Spirit of the 50s this morning by text to get their permission to put this on the Club Site.

Welcome to Spirit of the 50's
From carpets to headlining to complete interior refit, we manufacture and fit replacement and custom interiors.


~ All our products are hand-made in house
~ We hold patterns for most VW interiors and carpet sets
~ Trim panels made to original VW spec, including welded designs
~ Original thickness panels, not cheap and flimsy like some of our competitors
~ We can retrim your seats from any vehicle by making a pattern from the existing covers
~ Dozens of colours and patterns available
~ Large variety of materials including vinyl, leather, even tweed

The nature of our work, especially custom work, makes it difficult to sell online. So Unfortunately we are not able to answer queries via email, but if you want some information or to discuss what we can do to finish that special project, just give us a call on :

tel: 01675 479775 or 07790 696984(m)

VW, beetle, VW Beetle, Karmann Ghia, scooter, headlining, retrimming, bonnet bibs

Reindeer Park B+B
Kingsbury Rd
Curdworth
Sutton Coldfield
B76 0DE


Tel/Fax : 01675 479775
Specialists in carpets and auto uphostery & re-trimming

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Re: Spirit of the 50s Interiors

Post by Editor » 23rd June 2013 - 5:36pm

Thanks Steve - I was just about to copy your post to here!
Dave.

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