Cool New Stuff from TMI at SEMA #TENSEMA16
All Mustang fans should be fully aware of TMI Products, as the southern California-based company has been creating custom Mustang interiors for over 20 years. The TMI booth at this year’s SEMA show is a little bigger than it was last year to showcase four vehicles showing some of their new parts. Of interest to Ford fans is the bright orange 1985 F-150 at the very front of the booth. TMI didn’t have anything for this generation of Ford truck until now. This truck was built completely in-house (except for paint) and sits on a Ford Police Interceptor chassis and has a new TMI fiberglass front valence, TMI’s bucket seats, waterfall console, and Sport R door panels. They can do custom colors as well as suede inserts. The truck also has one of TMI’s brand new steering wheels, which are also 100-percent built in-house. They are offered in aluminum, polished, or black finish, and TMI will custom-wrap them in any material, stitching, colors, or anything you want to match your existing interior, and they also have the TMI logo machined into the center cap.
TMI is known mostly for its seats, and on that front they are launching seven all new Sport seats here at SEMA. They are sportier than anything TMI has offered up to this point, with high bolstering—some are fully adjustable and some are fixed, depending on the style. The new seats are only offered in the Sport line (not retro-style) but TMI will match the pattern to the back seat if you want. The Pro Viper seats are also brand new and meant for performance late-models, Mustangs included. Also shown in the TMI booth are their early Mustang dashes, which are now made with a fiberglass base since stock-style foam dashpads deform over time. You can also get suede inserts on the dashes if you want them. Last up, there are two center consoles for early Mustangs—short and full-length designs. Cool new stuff from TMI, first seen here at SEMA 2016!
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