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TMI shows off their new line of interior parts at 2014 SEMA Show

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Nov 13, 2014
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It used to be that if you wanted a custom interior in your classic Chevy you needed to shell out some pretty serious coin for an interior shop to stitch something out. Well, for those on a more realistic budget TMI has launched a ton of new interior bits at the 2014 SEMA show.

For Camaros, Novas, and other Chevys they offer everything from suede covered pop-in headliners to door panels (both flat and with a more RS look) to A-pillar covers and even redesigned dash pads. Carpet kits? Yep, they have them too as well as package trays.

Brand new for SEMA is their new Sport-Line of bolstered rear seats for early F-bodies. These let you give your flat back seat the same look as your bolstered front buckets. They even now offer the option of having a center console in your back seat! Just like everything else they offer a wide range of stitching and colors as well as options like grommets.

In addition to their kits that use your existing seat frames, they are also now selling complete seats that come done and ready to bolt into your car. These new seats start at just over 500 bucks and when you consider they are ALL new, that’s a lot of bang for your buck.

The new suede covered headliners look great and besides ditching the bows, they give over an inch of extra head room. They sport seats are offered in very modern stitch patterns but they also offer designs that harken back to the classics, right down to the Houndstooth material choices (even in Hugger Orange).

Also being debut was their new pop-in trunk kit. This owner-installable kit lets you easily make your trunk look like you sent it out to a pro. Simply lay down the pre-formed and cut carpet, and then pop in the four panels. A fifth panel attaches to the bottom of your trunk lid for that super custom finishing touch. The voids created make for a perfect spot to hide your battery, fuse box, engine computer, or anything else you would rather have out of sight.

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