Originally Posted by scottydsntknow
Just cut a hole and lay the carpet down. THe console will cover anything exposed, that is what I did with my aftermarket carpet. And damn do they have anymore carpets? Do they ship?
I don't want to have to cut any holes in my carpet; that's a primary reason I bought Ford OEM carpeting (that, and it's better quality, too). It's already got all the necessary cutouts in it.
I bought my carpeting from Vintage Parts, in Wisconsin. When I purchased it back in November, I think they had 18 of the Dark Charcoal in stock, still. My total cost was, I think, just over $300. It was roughly $75 more than what American Muscle and LMR would've charged me for aftermarket carpet, which of course would've required cutting holes for everything. And, yes, they ship.
You can contact your local Ford dealer, if you want OEM carpeting (or, anything else). When they do a locate for an obsolete/discontinued part, Vintage Parts shows inventory, if they have it, just like any Ford dealer would show up. Or, if you have a Ford part number, you can go to Vintage Parts' website & do a search for it. It'll show if they have it or not, and the cost, if they do.
There's another company, Green Sales Co, in Cincinnati, that also has some Ford obsolete parts (they will also show if a Ford dealer does a part locate). I bought my (4) new small Mach 460 speakers from them (I got all the big speakers from Vintage Parts).
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