Welcome to Our Classic Parts Shop

White Glove was founded by Richard Blomquist, a Concours-level restorer and master mechanic. Rick was a fixture at Auburn and Hershey shows where he could be found selling Trippe lights, mirrors, tags, badges, and other chrome accessories that added the finishing touches to a proper classic.

Sadly, Rick passed away and a long time admirer of his craftsmanship and dedication to preserving history is now taking over the business. The White Glove product line was taken over by Crin Dima, an avid car restorer, painter, upholsterer, pilot and aerospace engineer.

I hope you’ll join me in recognizing Rick’s effort and help keep his memory and fine products in the classic car market.

Please make sure to visit our sister site Under Cover Upholstery & Restoration.

By shopping here at our store, you cut out the middle-man and ensure that  money stays in the hobby, rather than in Silicon Valley. However, we understand some customers may prefer purchasing through eBay, so we make our stock available there as well.  Our stock changes frequently, so be sure to bookmark this page and check back regularly.

Richard Blomquist 2016

Classic Circle Trippe Light Badges

These are the most common badges found in Trippe lights. These are not specific to any make of automobile and come in either brass/blue/orange or silver/blue color palettes.

Each badge measures 1-1/2 inches in diameter. Sold in pairs.

Prestige Trippe Light Badges

Exclusive to White Glove Collection, the Prestige collection of Trippe badges can be seen in show-winners across the country. These make-specific badges are presented with super high-fidelity printing with colors specific to each make. Made out of a high-grade malleable plastic with foil-printed backing, these badges feature an adhesive backing, though we recommend a silicon adhesive for permanent installation in your Trippes.

Each badge measures 1-1/2 inches in diameter. Sold in pairs.

Guide Super Ray Light Straps

Guide fog or driving lights are an often-prized accessory for collector car owners as they were in days gone by. Typically, these lights were dealer- or owner-installed, even though they were a listed factory accessory that could be ordered with a new car. Guide was a GM division responsible for lighting products. Therefore, any person interested installing accessory lights on a GM car would have been selected from the Guide
catalog.  
Click here for an article on Guide Super Ray Lights.