Classic Soft Trim Seat Covers - EZ Stitchin'

Custom Interior Upgrades Made Easy

Mike Alexander
Sep 1, 2004
Photographers: Calin Head
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The quickest and most comfortable interior upgrade that any sport-trucker can appreciate is the addition of new upholstery in the cabin of his or her cruiser. Classic Soft Trim, one of the leading upholstery suppliers to dealerships across the country, is now moving toward the custom aftermarket. Classic Soft Trim has many options for how your truck can be stitched, from leathers to exotic vinyls to fancy colored threads, all of which will cover your upholstery needs. The upholstery comes ready to install with all the factory hook and loop fastener placements, meaning that you won't need to reuse any of your OEM seat covers, or purchase any other materials. The installation is easy enough for the do-it-yourselfer, but there are several installation centers nationwide that will install anything from sunroofs to custom upholstery.
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For the Sonoma in question, we chose a combination of black, yellow, and embossed vinyl with a carbon-fiber look. The seat covers were double-stitched in yellow to give the new covers a pinstriped look, and they were ready to be installed upon arrival. The only things that need to be done for rolling in style are to remove all the seats and carefully remove the OEM seat covers. Once all of the factory seats are stripped, simply replace the OEM seat covers with the new custom vinyl counterparts provided by Classic Soft Trim. Your interior will go from boring stock cloth to a sweet-lookin' carbon-fiber-and-leather combination in no time. Follow along as we show you how easy the install truly is. For more information, contact the company listed in the source box.

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