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JWalshePosted - 06 Jul 2017 : 20:12:27
Hello all,

The time has arrived to begin reconstruction of my 96 and there are a few bits I'll be needing - including carpet. Sadly, the old ones were absent. Anyone know where I can get some in reasonable condition? Or indeed new ones!

Huge thanks in advance,

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mellePosted - 25 Jul 2017 : 12:46:17
Carpets are model year dependant, older 96s have no vent channel to the rear and need a flat front section. If you use the newer style carpet there is a useless floppy 'bulge' that can get in the way of the pedals (on LHD cars at least). I have a newer one in my '70 96 that I modified by removing the stitching from the bulge so it folds flat. I think all the rear sections are identical in shape.
andydeans3Posted - 25 Jul 2017 : 10:59:27

I had a complete carpet set made by Coverdale,

Very nice carpets. though not cheap. You'd have to send them a template to work from, since if I remember correctly, the SAAB 96, is not one of their stock patterns.



1978 LHD SAAB 96
1978 MGB Roadster
2008 LHD "Classic" Renault Twingo
JWalshePosted - 23 Jul 2017 : 18:53:12
Any colour would be fine. :)
WoodyPosted - 07 Jul 2017 : 18:56:31
Carpet colour is linked to vehicle colour, which we havent seen yet??

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