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Restoration company Trim Parts acquires brake manufacturer

Wednesday, July 16, 2014 - 07:00
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Trim Parts Holdings Corp. announced the acquisition of The Right Stuff Detailing and all of its assets as the latest addition to Trim Parts Holdings’ fast-growing family of top tier restoration parts manufacturing companies.

“We like the business model of The Right Stuff because they have an unwavering commitment to high quality and great customer service that is very much aligned with our own business model.” said Mitch Williams, CEO of Trim Parts Holdings Corp. “The company is also very active in the Resto-Mod trend, where classic cars are being restored and modernized to make them more drivable and more enjoyable,” he continued. “We feel that Dave Roberts and his team have The Right Stuff well-positioned for the future.” 

The Right Stuff will continue in its current location in Westerville, Ohio and both customers and consumers should experience a seamless transition to the new ownership. The Right Stuff management team will continue in their current roles. 

About The Right Stuff Detailing
Westerville, Ohio-based, The Right Stuff Detailing is one of the nation’s premier manufacturers of disk brake conversions, OEM brake replacements, brake lines, and fuel lines for American Vehicles dating back to the 1950s. For more information, please visit or call 800.405.2000

About Trim Parts Holdings
Lebanon, Ohio-based Trim Parts Holdings Corp. is the parent company for a group of restoration specialists consisting of Trim Parts Inc, PUI, and First Place Auto. Each company serves a specific niche, manufacturing restoration components for classic GM and Mopar vehicles. Trim Parts Holdings Corp. is owned by Dubin Clark & Company, Inc., a leading private equity firm headquartered in Greenwich, Connecticut, whose family of market-leading automotive brands includes the Trim Parts family of companies, Flowmaster, Hurst Shifters, Hurst Driveline, B&M Racing, and Dinan Engineering.  For more information, please visit

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