For as long as I can remember I've been a passionate artist with a fascination for history and attention to detail...
I was raised into a life of appreciating what was, how things worked, and how to fix, restore, or recreate those things the way they used to; with skilled craftsmanship or what some call "the lost arts".
My late father Rich Chrysler was a huge influence on me growing up. From a very young age he introduced me to the inspiring world's of Concours level car restoration as well as fine scale model building - which to this day remain my two biggest hobbies.
We also happened to live next door to Canada's largest vintage air museum, so I had an inevitable taste for vintage aircraft, trains, automobiles, and historical buildings.
As I entered the working world I got into auto mechanics, home renovations & restoration work. I evolved my skills through years of learning many different trades until I found my most satisfying passions in doing classic auto upholstery and trim.
For over 15yrs now I have been specializing in British and European auto upholstery.
My business is called Rightway Heritage Trimming - and for the past few years I have been creating a reputable name for myself here on Vancouver island.
In my spare time I still like to build scale models and, restoring my own real car too - a 1953 Austin Healey 100
I also love getting outside in nature, camping, cycling, canoeing/kayaking and jamming/playing music with friends & family.
This Blog is a record of some of the beautiful cars and projects I've been working on, as well as some of the interesting scale models I've been building.
I hope you enjoy! -