Let me get you thinking about a scenario that happens quite often. You’re driving home from another cruise night or car show, and during the ride, you begin contemplating what your next project upgrade will be. The engine is burping enough power to fry the tires at will, the paint is as shiny as a new penny, and the wheels are a perfect match. But, you begin to think that although the interior is nice, it could use some updating. If that’s the case, have you thought about installing a set of aftermarket seats?
Upgrading can be easy, and the folks at TMI Products can supply you with a gorgeous set of butt-cradlers with just the click of your computer’s mouse. Many times, a classic’s interior is in what could be called “okay” condition. While it looks good, it retains the dated look of a classic car. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, but some guys like the look of an updated interior. It used be nearly impossible to locate custom seats that not only gave improved riding comfort, but also matched the portions of the interior you plan to keep. You know, the headliner, door panels, carpeting, etc. If you’re one that likes the idea of a little modern flair in your classic, you have options.
I was doing some project dreaming the other day, and the interior of the Cheyenne is an area that I have been debating a change. Don’t get me wrong, the upgrades I have already completed look great, and while the new foam and seat skins are great, the seat is, well, dated and has no real driver support like lumbar and bolstering.
I didn’t want to be beholden to a one-design-fits-all application and found that TMI Products has a custom design option for its seats. That was just what the doctor ordered – for me, and probably many of you. The first place to go is the design your seat page of the website. From there, you will be able to chose from various bucket seat styles or a split-back bench seat. I’m still not sure which way to go, so I designed both. That’s the great thing about this option, you can see what both will look like.
Once I chose a seat style, next up was the colors of the materials I wanted. Yes, I said colors. TMI wants to give you choices, and that means you are not strapped to a single-color option for the entire seat. This is truly for custom applications, and the various material and accent colors is astounding.
Next, I had to choose which mounting bracket(s) I needed, and I was done. I learned that it couldn’t be easier to upgrade the seats in any classic, and I also learned that upgrading with TMI can lead to a complete makeover, as they have other products like headliners, door panels, dash pads, and the list goes on depending on the application. If you’re even thinking about an interior upgrade, TMI wants you to know that it can’t be easier than just visiting the TMI Products website, and designing just what you want.