Reproduce Your Interior with the LeBaron Bonney Design Service! For over 55 years LeBaron Bonney Company has been manufacturing national award winning automotive restoration interior kits. Currently offering restoration correct interior kits for 1928-1962 Ford, Lincoln and Mercury vehicles as well as 1916-1957 GM, and 1939-1941 Plymouth models, LeBaron Bonney has expertise duplicating original interior patterns as well as sourcing fabrics that replicate those originally used by auto manufacturers. If you are having difficulty finding seat upholstery, door panels, headliners, or carpeting for your classic or near classic vehicle, the LeBaron Bonney Design Service can reproduce them as high quality kits that are complete and ready to install by you or an upholstery shop. Interiors can be produced as restoration correct, similar to factory, or custom, and at price levels to suit your budget. LeBaron Bonney makes it quick and easy to get what you need for your car or.. Read More
Introducing New LeBaron Bonney Company Interior Kits! Having difficulty finding a high quality interior for your vehicle? Check out the new interior kits we have available. We may have just what you need! Complete and ready to install, these interior kits use original patterns and stitch styles, and provide the superior fit and finish LeBaron Bonney Company is known for. Kits are offered in your choice of correct original type fabics, or unique custom fabrics for personalization.
Durham Upholstery is a successful upholstery shop in the Seattle, Washington area, and as a LeBaron Bonney Authorized Installer has been installing our interiors for years. Owner Karl Shanebrook was kind enough to spend time with us discussing his business and experience with LeBaron Bonney. Q: How long have you been in business? A: I purchased Durham Upholstery in 1989. Q: What services does your shop offer? A: We offer a wide variety of services – complete interiors, sunroofs, convertible tops, seat repair. We don’t just do automotive stuff, we also do boats, and commercial furniture. We have also done a project for Safeco Field, here in Seattle, where the Mariners play. Q: What is your specialty? A: The shop’s specialty is complete interiors, sunroofs, convertible tops, seat repair. My personal specialty is restoring older cars. Q: How did you get into this business? A: When I was 18.. Read More