The Trusted Name in Automotive Carpeting Since 1907
Newark Auto has been a leader in the automotive aftermarket industry for over 110 years. We're proud to be one of the largest manufacturers of replacement carpets and mats in the USA, offering products that are known for their quality and durability.
An American Classic
Generations of American automotive enthusiasts have purchased Newark Auto products for their classic cars, trucks and vans. We’ve been helping auto enthusiasts remake, rebuild and remod vehicles with replacement carpet and mats since the early 1900’s. Our experience allows us to offer the widest selection of classic car carpet patterns anywhere.
We’re so confident in our products that we offer a Guaranteed Fit Policy so you can rest assured when you buy from Newark Auto.
You learn a few things when you’ve been around as long as we have
Hard work. Dependability. Quality you can trust.
Newark Auto Products was established in 1907 as a trim shop, refurbishing upholstery in horse-drawn carriages. As the popularity of the automobile grew, so did Newark Auto and the products we offered for automobiles.
At the close of World War II, our company swung into high gear producing everything for the interiors of cars from replacement carpets and seat covers to headliners and convertible tops.
Starting in the 1950’s we began drop-shipping for businesses across the USA and continue that to this day.
A classic company for the modern world
Today Newark Auto is known as a leader in replacement automotive carpets and mats, specializing in classic cars from the 1920’s to early 2000’s.
Our business now uses precision CAD/CAM technology and CNC machinery to produce custom carpets. This technology combined with the know-how of our craftspeople allows us to consistently offer top-notch quality with quick turnaround times.
If you're looking for the best automotive carpets and replacement mats - with the history and experience to prove it - look no further than Newark Auto.
See who’s trusted their vehicles to Newark Auto: Thomas Edison (yes, THAT Thomas Edison), Woodrow Wilson (yup, him too), J.C. Whitney, Sears, Victoria British, J.C. Penney, LMC Trucks