In 1958, Steele Rubber Products founder, Lynn Steele, began a small shop in the Detroit, MI area called ‘Spinster’ that manufactured high-performance racing go-carts. As time went on, there was an evolution that took him and his business through tool and die work and into the automotive and restoration industries.
Lynn was in process of restoring a 1931 Cadillac V12 Town Car in the mid-1960s. He progressed through
the early stages of restoration, doing much of the work himself. The restoration stalled when he could
not find a source for the weatherstripping and rubber parts.
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