Brand Feature Friday – Trim Parts
The premier manufacturer of show quality restoration products since 1973…
Trim Parts manufactures GM-Licensed Restoration Parts for various cars and trucks. Located in Lebanon, Ohio, its 75,000 square-foot facility masterfully blends traditional manufacturing techniques with state-of-the-art technology to produce beautifully crafted products. Through sourcing premium materials, utilizing original or replicated GM tooling, as well as multiple tiers of quality control, Trim Parts’ products, lead the industry in quality and accuracy.
Their injection-molded parts are modern-day duplications of the originals. From color tones to light refraction and split lines, every detail is considered and accounted for. Similarly, their die-cast, stamped, and painted metal products are held to the same quality standards.
Through extensive investments of time and resources, Trim Parts’ has amassed a vast collection of original parts and GM tools. Such is crucial to their commitment in providing factory-correct parts of exceptional quality. From production and assembly, to paint and finishing, each part is individually inspected throughout the entire manufacturing process.
In an industry centered around quality and accuracy, Trim Parts has positioned itself at the forefront of producing premium products of superior quality. Every product is guaranteed to be free of manufacturer’s defects, as well as meet or exceed the customers’ expectations. Authenticity is found in the quality of the details of their products.
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The Trim Parts Difference
Utilizing nearly two centuries of combined craftsmanship experience, as well as a rigorous quality standard, Trim Parts dedicates itself to producing the highest quality restoration parts in the industry. Where others have a tolerance for error or inaccuracy, the company strives for perfection. Each and every part is meticulously examined and must pass the extensive scrutiny of their quality control inspectors.
The Trim Parts difference is found in the details. From top to bottom, front to back, their parts are as close to original as possible. This is accomplished by utilizing original GM tooling or recreating tools to the original specifications.
From car shows to dream cruises, “When Quality Counts,” count on Trim Parts.
Trim Parts emblems are the reason why their parts are called “Car Jewelry” in the industry; which stems from our commitment to accuracy and perfection. All Trim Parts emblems are made with only premium materials utilizing the same manufacturing processes as GM. This means their die-cast emblems are free from pitting or flashing, hand-painted with custom paint masks, and are guaranteed to have the correct color tones and finishes.
Quality is found in the attention to detail. Trim Parts lenses are a perfect representation of this philosophy. Trim Parts has worked (and continues to work) closely with GM to ensure their lenses are perfect reproductions of the originals. This means using the correct-color plastic in our injection-mold machines, ensuring the correct optics and markings, and using Original GM tooling when available.
Trim Parts door handles look, feel, and operate just like the originals. Every detail is noted and accounted for. All Trim Parts handles are triple chrome-plated to ensure a mirror-like finish, pre-ground and sanded to eliminate all unwanted flashing, as well as have some of the smoothest mechanisms on the market. Unlike the “other guy’s”, Trim Parts cut and pre-bend all pushrods for each specific application. Go ahead, push their “push-buttons” and feel the Trim Parts Difference.
Why settle for “good enough” when you can buy the right sill plate the first time? Sure, the competitor’s sill plates have the “Fisher Body” tag, but are theirs as detailed as the original? Chances are the competition’s tag is applied with adhesive as opposed to being correctly hand-riveted like on a sill plate. Trim Parts even went to great lengths to ensure the texturing in between the grooves matches the original plates.