If you drive something a little more exclusive, you no doubt know how hard it is to find parts. They either don’t exist or cost you an arm and a leg, your savings, and your first-born.
When Willy Izaguirre was building his ’68 Datsun Fairlady Z, he soon found that sourcing parts for a car that doesn’t have parts made for it anymore was a huge downer. So, being from the woodworking part of the world known as Guatemala, Willy got down to making his own bits for the inside of his roadster.
After a lot of recognition and demand for his handiwork, Willy decided he would start selling his creations to other fellow classic car owners, under the company name Nostalgic Grains. The only problem was newer car owners wanted in on some wood, too. Today, Nostalgic Grains produces quality wooden steering wheels and shift knobs out of wood and semi-precious stone for anyone from any scene. If your ride needs that authentic retro feel or a touch of class, head over to nostalgic-grains.com and give yourself some wood!
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