Leather interior is pretty much a no-brainer if you’re buying a high-end vehicle. But what about those amazing ancillary leather products that hold the discreet but oh so rich power to complement the driving experience before entering the car? Think about it: the term ‘trunk” originally referred to exactly that: luggage in the back of the car, usually a leather-bound trunk or suitcase -- a common sight on vintage rides of the ‘20s and ‘30s. Today, our cars are made with ample space to store, well, all our stuff, but few vehicles can match the class and sophistication of those Depression-era gems. Click here to read all about it!
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