1950 Oldsmobile

Owner(s): Cliff and Terri Cortwright

Cliff loves to drive his cars, so we did a very traditional 50's 60's style tuck 'n' roll interior in MBTex vinyl. We used the original trim stainless and rebuilt the seats with new foam. This car also has a one piece headliner. This Oldsmobile Rocket 88 is a very nice driver and the Cortwrights will put tons of miles on her, you can bet on that!

1951 Mercury

Owner(s) : Mike & Bev Morales

Full Custom Built : MB Tex vinyl - FINE TUFT Velour Carpeting - floating console from dash to rear seat with flip-up storage in front and rear - opera light under console - steering wheel and dash covered to match - false trunk wall for storage and stereo components - 10 speaker sound system with 10 cd changer.

Built by: Roseville Rod & Custom.


1952 Chevy

Owner : Bob Dron

Bob Dron Harley Davidson. White leather and gray squareweave carpet.

1955 Chevrolet Bel Air Convertible

Owners: Rick and Kerry Walker

This was an original Indy Pace Car. Rick went full bore with Paul Newman chassis, ZZ430 (b'day present from Kerry) and 6 spd trans. The interior is all blue Mercedes Vinyl with perforated inserts and a light touch of lighter blue to tie in the exterior colors. The seats are modified Pontiac and the rear is custom Santana seat work. The stereo also installed by Rich is Alpine unit and Arc Audio everything else. The trunk also received the full on treatment with pocket doors and a false wall that is standard in most Santana Interior jobs. The Haartz Stayfast top is a custom production unit from EZ On. The dash has been fitted with an underdash panel to cover all the wires and A/C unit. This car has won many interior awards including the Cayucas Peoples Choice. Thanks Rick for all your support. This rod was in the August 2008 Classic Chevy Magazine. CHECK IT OUT!!

1955 Chevy

Owner: Gene Garrison

Features include: Santana built seats- front and rear, custom arm rests, and the new "Simplex" headliner by Santana Interiors.

1955 T-Bird

Owners : Fred & Cindy Capellas

This is what happens when a customer wants high-tech seating in a traditional car. Rich removed the stock bench seat and replaced it with custom built buckets that are ergonomically updated, but have a traditional look. He also hand built the console which flows from behind the seats down between them, ending in a custom fabricated aluminum trim plate, housing machined turned stainless steel to match the door panels. The console also has a hinged armrest, as well as the new double cup holder and storage under the armrest. Covered in matching material, the panel behind the seats house a killer sound system. This goes to show that all that is seen might deceive you.

1956 Chevy Stepside

Owner(s): John & Cheryl Agnew

MB Tex vinyl with perforated inserts, hot rod headliner, modified Monarch seats (wider & shorter). Squareweave carpet, rear package tray over gas tank and full underdash paneling.

This couple won the Poker Run 2000 with 3 Queens!! Congrats!!

This rod won "BEST INTERIOR" at the Grand National Roadster Show in San Mateo, CA!!

1956 Ford F100

Owner(s): Ted & Celeta Bond

This rod features a newer stock seat from a Chevy Suburban, custom door panels, and headliner fabricated by Rich. Rich used gray leather and Mercedes carpet in this truck.

1957 Wagon

Owner: Matt Moscato

This wagon is definitely a nice driver. The car was a basket case when Matt bought it and he has done a great job putting it back together. Covered in MB Tex black vinyl and factory grey GM cloth, this car has enough traditional trim on the inside to keep the cars theme on track. However, notice the pleated section on the panels, it has a little kick to make the design stand out a little more. Thank you to Matt for being patient and letting us take the time on the car. The car also has a one piece headliner molded into the front and the rear.