In the early days of motor vehicle manufacturing, as cars started to become a little more sophisticated and a convenient place was needed to put switches, knobs and instruments, manufacturers chose wood simply because it was the easiest material in which to drill all the odd-sized holes required and to screw things into. With time, the idea of making the interior, especially of a closed car, look more attractive by adding wooden trims around the inside of the doors and rear window
Published Dec 7th, 2015
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