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Old 03-15-2018, 09:42 PM
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I can't find any one to mold me a vinyl floor for the 53 Pontiac we can get carpet but I would rather go original. I found this piece up in the rafters. it got to be the back half off the 58 Eureka. trimming it ad re-gluing it is possible but not if some one is looking for one. the front on it was destroyed and we were forced to go to carpet there also. we could be talked into trading it for a large enough piece of the place ribbed flooring I thinking we got the last piece we used from USA parts
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Anything these guys offer help you?
https://www.wayfair.com/G-Floor-7.5-...RoCEkAQAvD_BwE
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ED. If my memory is correct there were many molded replacement mats made for used cars when I started this journey in the late 50s. I have a couple in stock for Packards and Buicks too big for the Pontiac. I would check ebay, on line, and Hemmings.I am sure you know 53,54 Chevie is the same.
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I have an NOS aftermarket rubber rug, still rolled up in the box, for the back seat on '59/'60 full-sized GM products. I doubt that this will do you any good, but get creative in your eBay searches and you will find NOS out there for sale too. I only grabbed this rear rug as I thought that it would work in the storage area behind the driver's seat on a pro-car.
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We keep looking. I'm sure that USA parts had the ribbed and pyramid style by the foot. But cut and glue would be a trial and error kind of thing and no heal pad. Behind and under the seat was just the sound deader glued to the floor. We'll keep looking.
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If I remember correctly the 59 rubber mat came from Auto CUstom Carpets. I may have a big chunk of that left. Let me check.
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Thanks. Found them cut for the tri five chevys but not the older set.
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if you have not ordered them yet check these out

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Thanks Joe, heard about that one tried all morning to find it in a search. But could not bring it up. Just what i need. Soon as. My SS check gets here I'll have one☺
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Ed I tried three of my suppliers one had an actual 53 Pontiac rubber contoured replacement mat. When he opened the box to check on it it was hard as a rock and crumbled when moved. He told me looks like his entire stock is trash all gone hard. So looks like you need to be the craftsman and make one.
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