Come see us at the following upcoming shows:
The Tin Lizzie Affair
13350 Floyd Circle
Dallas, Texas 75243
In 1979 The Tin Lizzie Affair was created by Lucinda Howard as an effort to satisfy her love for automobiles. Computer programming was challenging in the early 1970's for her.
However, after many years of computers she soon realized she needed to make a change in order to combat boredom. By assisting a friend with a 1930's Dodge interior she had found her calling.
The upholstery business was started, the name Tin Lizzie Affair was created, and ahead would be years of devotion and hard labor.
She is self-taught, meticulous, conscientious, and hard driving. Every customer's automobile is treated as though it were her own, making each completed job better than factory. Attention to detail, customer satisfaction, and talented employees constitute the success of The Tin Lizzie Affair.
For the older client the name Tin Lizzie would be associated with the nickname of Henry Ford's "Model T." For the younger client, Tin Lizzie is for Thin Lizzie, the rock group.
Tin Lizzie automobiles were some of the first cars Lucinda ever worked on. She saw what a love affair their owners carried on with their cars, hence the name "Tin Lizzie Affair" was born.
Young or old, the company name seems to be one remembered.