The Perfect Fit: Meet Oscar Medina, Seat Assembler

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24 May 2012

When you receive your new Mustang seat, you should know that you have not purchased a motorcycle seat that came off an assembly line.  You are the owner of a seat that was made by one of our Mustang “seat assemblers” at our factory in Three Rivers, MA.  While Mustang has different departments within our factory that create our baseplates, foams and covers, the actual “assembly” of these three seat components are the responsibility of a “seat assembler”.  Oscar Medina takes great pride in assembling all the elements together so that they will become a well made, comfortable and good looking seat.

Oscar came to Mustang with an upholstery background, having worked at his uncle’s company for three years building restaurant booths.  He enjoyed building the restaurant booths and was quite good at it, so building motorcycle seats seemed like a perfect fit for him and Mustang!

 

Oscar is a dedicated family man, who dotes on his one-year old son Oscar, Jr., describing him as a “mini-me”.  Since family is very important to him and his partner Karla, they try to do activities that are family oriented, such as attending church, fishing and other outdoor activities.  Maybe that is why he feels the best thing about Mustang is the people he works with:  everyone is like one big family at the factory.  In fact, Oscar and his family like the quaint New England town of Three Rivers so much that they may move there in the near future.

 

Oscar takes a lot of pride in his work and hopes Mustang customers enjoy riding on their seats as much as he enjoys building them.

 

3 Responses to “The Perfect Fit: Meet Oscar Medina, Seat Assembler”

  1. Suzanne Davies June 1, 2012 at 2:50 pm #

    I purchase a mustang seat, model 48-9363 studded, for my 2008 Suzuki C50 boulevard trike in November 2011. Recently the backrest will no stay in the up position. I called your company on 5/31/12 and spoke with Sue and she advised me how to fix what appeared to be just a loose screw that holds the backrest in it multiple positions.

    After several attempt just like Sue told us to do no luck, we are unable to get this fixed. It appears that the screw area is broken in some of a way.

    Need help-love the seat and loved the backrest when it was working correctly.

    Thank you
    Sue Davies
    Seal Beach California

  2. Marilyn June 1, 2012 at 8:07 pm #

    Sue, I have forwarded your information to our sales rep Sue to contact you.

  3. Tapicero Motos February 5, 2013 at 1:57 am #

    Great work Oscar.Your work is apreciated in Europe. We love Mustang seats.

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