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  • #16
    Yes, i got my seat parts from Skinner and that's the way he operates. Once you request a quote you'll get a special link to your quote page where you can add or remove things before finalizing the order.
    Bill Connell
    1969 TR6 CC28790
    TR6 project log
    St. Paul MN

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    • #17
      My 72 had nice original wool carpet. I had to store the car from 1988-2005 while working overseas. One of the items missing from storage prep lists was “moth balls” for the carpet! I had chunks of canvas instead of the beautiful soft wool. Hope this is helpful comment.

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      • #18
        The early cars came with Wilton Wool. Really nice lateral to be sure. The later cars 73-76 changed to tufted nylon. Before I knew the difference I bought the BMIHT approved set from Vicky Brit’s. It was about half the price of the TRF Wilton wool set. I eventually did it the wool set from TRF because it
        is the right one for my car. However, I must say that the BMIHT set was really good. It
        had all the right kick panels and a nice sewn in boot for the e-brake. It also had the nice sewn in edging. The carpet really nice. I think if cost was an issue I would go with that set.

        NFI
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        • #19
          Has anyone had any experience with Carrelli carpet sets available via Amazon and/or Ebay?
          JHowe

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