Seat MaterialsIn the sections below, you will find information about our wide variety of cloth, vinyl, leather, and embossing options for your vehicle. Make sure to fill out a Sample Request Form to get more information about the products you are looking for.
SMS has by far the largest classic auto upholstery inventory in the industry. Our warehouses stock several million yards of cloth for all American cars from the 1930s through the 2000s. Our cloths are both original and factory-match reproductions made on our very own equipment, to ensure the highest quality product. Read More »
Most older classic cars from the 1920s, 1930s, 1940s, and early 1950s, have wool interiors. SMS now manufactures its own patterned wool, bedford cord, and plain wool broadcloth to match hundreds of original patterns and colors. We offer wools to match the largest variety of makes and models in the industry. Read More »
Whether it is an all-vinyl interior or vinyl complementing cloth or leather, most cars have some vinyl in their interiors. In addition to the largest cloth inventory in the business, SMS also has the largest vinyl inventory. We stock all colors and all grains for American cars of any vintage. As with our cloth inventory, if for some reason we do not have the vinyl you need, we have the capability to acquire it or make nearly every factory correct vinyl in-house. Read More »
If your car has a leather interior, we can help with that too. Unlike many other companies, we do not just carry a limited selection of leathers and make the customer choose from the small stock of basic colors and grains. Using our painstaking process, all leather is custom ordered to provide the customer with an exact match to the car's original leather color and grain. Samples will be sent to the customer for approval before leather is shipped. Read More »
SMS has the ability to duplicate the wide variety seat embossings found on American cars from the 1950s, '60s, and '70s. This includes embossed logos, lines, or emblems in the seat vinyl, leather or even cloth. Read More »