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I have CRS and you are taxing my memory :), but as best as I can recall, I simply stripped the old carpet off and then used a spray carpet...
If I remember correctly, I glued the carpet to the side cover, and then installed it. Seemed much easier that way.
Slightly is the operative word. Too much overhang and it will wick up water that comes down the front door jamb (hinge side) and gets under the...
I think Legendary is where I got mine. It is perforated and a perfect match.
Looks exactly like what is in my '69 Road Runner.
Most anything should work, but I used one like this.............because I had it laying around since I inherited it from my dad.[IMG]
I believe that is where I got mine. Looks just like OEM.
Hmm, another option I really hadn't considered. Thanks.
I think it came from Year One.BTSOM. [IMG] My guess is that they did not come with a scuff pad from the factory so the replacements where made...
I replaced the carpet on my '69 Road Runner a year or two ago and am already noticing wear (carpet getting fuzzy) where my right foot rubs the...
[IMG] I just supplied the batting. I did not do the insulation nor was there to watch it so I don't know what was used.
While on my way to the Power Tour several years ago, the wind turbulence tore my dry rotted head liner loose. I had to do a quick repair and taped...
I put mine on the column.
Yeah, if it's plastic, Meguiar's Mirror Glaze Plastic cleaner (#17) and Plastic Polish (#10) works great.
These where in my car when I bought it. No idea where the previous owner got them and have been unable to find replacements anywhere. Not the best...
I think the only way they sell the sail panels is pre-covered. At least that was my experience.
If I remember correctly, the sail panels where extra for my car ('69 Road Runner), but they came ready to install (already covered).
I just had my headliner replaced last year. Pretty sure I got it from Legendary. It was a perfect match.
Yeah, I wouldn't doubt that they can't take too many bends.