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Attached is a VOGUE MAGAZINE article that examines the automotive upholstery styles of cars that were made for the general public ("stock cars") and those other cars that were custom made and likely to be furnished with Dictaphones and vanity cases.

"As for materials, it may be said that most of the custom-built cars are upholstered in broadcloth or whipcord, whereas the stock cars show prevailingly velours, mohair velvet and the textile known as automobile cloth."

The cars that have their upholstery examined are Hudsons, Packards, Renaults and Cadillacs, among others.

     


Upholstery in the Finest Luxury Cars of 1920 (Vogue Magazine, 1920)

Upholstery in the Finest Luxury Cars of 1920 (Vogue Magazine, 1920)

Upholstery in the Finest Luxury Cars of 1920 (Vogue Magazine, 1920)

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