Coverlay automotive parts are available to you in Spring, TX at All Out Offroad! Find all the Coverlay accessories you need including Dash Board Cover, Door Panel, Instrument Panel Cover, Interior Accessories Kit, Kick Panel, and much more!
Coverlay Manufacturing, Inc. originated in Denver, Colorado in 1982 and incorporated as Import Auto Products, Ltd., a Colorado corporation. Our original purpose, at the time of incorporation, was to import after market auto body parts from Taiwan and Italy and sell them to body shops in the Denver area. In the spring of 1982, we attended a trade show seeking new suppliers. At that show we discovered a formed plastic dash cover for the Datsun 240Z. We purchased a few for reseale. The typical response was "That's great! Do you have a dash cover for my vehicle?" Being confident and ambitious we declared "Those dash covers can't be hard to make - be we can do it". Six months later, we had the first dash cover we could sell. In November 1983, we attended the Specialty Equipment Manufacturers Association (SEMA) Trade Show in Las Vegas as an exhibitor. We proudly displayed our first twelve dash covers and we were overwhelmed by the response from the automotive industry. In 1992, after battling lost production from snow days, needing more space and a centralized location for shipping purposes, Import Auto Products, Ltd. moved to its present location in San Angelo, Texas. Since our trademark Coverlay became recognized throughout the automotive industry, we officially changed our name to Coverlay Manufacturing, Inc. in 1994. Our mission is to supply the consumer with a quality product at the lowest possible price.
Chance Kamp started All Out Offroad back in 1991 as one small store in a tiny building with a single service bay and one tinting area. Soon after that, Gino Mindicta and Luke Richard joined the team and it’s been a wild ride ever since! Now we have three stores with state of the art facilities and a team that loves completely restoring and rebuilding older vintage models or highly accessorizing newer cars, trucks, jeeps, UTV’S or SUV'S.
Their skills with lift and lowering kits, tires, performance boosters, hitches, bed covers, window tint, audio, alarms, maintenance and more were put to the test on the hit CMT show “Trick My What?!” starring John Schneider and the team from the Richmond location’s “Lonestar Speed Shop.” More than fancy bells and whistles, amazing machines like the “Dragon of Steel” or the “Futuristic Steam Engine” made it possible for hardworking Americans to get their jobs done spreading asphalt, logging, or planting crops. The heart of the show was finding out about the amazing things real folks do to earn a living and fixing up the unusual equipment they need to get those jobs done.
All Out has also been featured numerous times over the years in magazines such as "TRUCKIN", "4 WHEELER" and "STREET TRUCKS".
In 2008 we built a custom "ONE OF A KIND" Hummer H1 that was featured at the SEMA show in Las Vegas. The Hummer also graced the cover of "TRUCKIN" magazine and was voted by "MSN" as one of the best vehicles of SEMA. We have featured our vehicles and won awards at shows all around Texas, from "Texas Heat Wave", "Texas Show Down", "Houston Auto Rama", "4 Wheel Jamboree", "Coffee and Cars Houston", "Summer Jam Custom Car Show" and many many more.