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66 plymouth wagon carpet or vinyl?

mopar blood

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Dec 24, 2014
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I have a wagon that came with a box, that appears to have 2 rolls of vinyl with the separate jute.
its the interior color.
never seen this.
did they come without carpet and just vinyl floor?
if not where does this vinyl go?
Need more info, and a photo of the vinyl would help.
Base models could have a molded rubber/vinyl "carpet"; it's a pebble grain.
Rear area - load floor & backside of 2nd seat - had a ribbed vinyl; no backing, glued to the panels.
Correct rear stuff is impossible to find; ACC supposedly has the rubber/vinyl molded floor covering.
Yes low line models could have a mat.

Are there markings on the box?

Have you unrolled it so see if it is cut to fit/molded like carpet?

None of the repro carpet MFG I have talked to seem to know anything about floor mats other than they ones you put over carpet.
the Mat came in an ACC carpet box.
dated 2/8/2010
marked 68 satellite 4 door
its peeble grain color to match
it also has the jute in box.
So, if this fits and works.
What holds the mat down?
Mats held in same as carpet: sill plates at the sides, gravity & seat belts elsewhere.
4-doors are same as wagons in the passenger area.
awesome, but it does get the jute?
thanks guys
its RL45
The rubber-mat car I owned (base-trim '68 Road Runner) had jute under the mat; original/unrestored/unmodified car.
RL45 would be Belvedere I wagon and would have come with vinyl passenger area floor mats. RH45 would be Belvedere II and have carpet.