Ricky's Upholstery Shop

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Doug Osterman's 1957 DeSoto of San Jose, California. Doug's Desoto was first restyled by Flyer Tabata at Flyers Body Shop in 1959. In 1960 it was taken to Joe Bailon of Bailon Custom Shop for a makeover. This version received one of Bailon's signature Candy Apple Red paint jobs and an upholstery by Rick's Upholstery Shop.
Donn Conway's 1950 Oldsmobile Four-Door Sedan of Stockton, California. Donn was a member of the Cameos of Stockton car club and the Olds was his first car. He bought it in 1959. By 1961 he had repainted it AquaMist and dressed ut up with a Tijuana upholstery, chromed and reversed wheels, and dual dummy spotlights. Photo courtesy of Donn Conway.

Ricky's Upholstery Shop of Tijuana, Mexico.

Cars Upholstered by Ricky's Upholstery Shop

Donn Conway's 1950 Oldsmobile Four-Door Sedan
Doug Osterman's 1957 DeSoto


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