[SOLD] '68 Barra CARPET

Mopar Interior Parts For Sale

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  1. Martin Gendron

    Martin Gendron FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    Contact Seller
    7th August.
    Presenting
    1968 Barracuda CARPET
    Standard, Black, cond. NEW.
    Price is $225 ''BUY It NOW'' .
    This is quite a deal as, I believe, they are B/O.
    or make offer.
    Thank you.
    Condition is new from Legendary.
    Location:
    Pointe-Claire QC
    Canda H9R 3 T7

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    clementine Flight risk FABO Gold Member

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    Hey Martin, is this 4 speed carpet?
     
  3. Martin Gendron

    Martin Gendron FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    Clementine,
    You are back ?? !!

    I am willing to push the noses out of my garage.
    Offer me indecent prices !!
    1967 it will go for $95.
    1968 , almost complete missing one road lamp, it will go for $175.
    1968 w/surrounds and road lamps, it will go for $100.
    For your consideration !!
    Happy you are back !!
    Martin
     
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    Martin Gendron FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    Barracuda front NOSES 1967, 1968 & also other 1968
    I am willing to push the noses out of my garage.
    Offer me indecent prices !!
    1967 I will go with $95.
    1968 almost complete , I will go w/ 175.
    1968 w/surrounds and road lamps, I will go with $100.
    For your consideration !!
     
  5. Martin Gendron

    Martin Gendron FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    Hello Dave.
    No
    This is for an Automatic on the steering column.
    Thank you for the'leg Work' cash.
    Have a good day.
    Martin
     
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    This would furbish an Automatic Mopar w/shifter on the steering column.
     
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    PM Sent on carpet
     
  8. Martin Gendron

    Martin Gendron FABO Gold Member FABO Gold Member

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    I will check Parts no. in my Chrysler Parts No. Books.
     
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    José,
    Hello back.
    The '67-69 Barracuda had two pieces composing the floor-pan carpet, front and back pieces.
    In the Chrysler Parts No. Book for 1968, the front piece carries the same no. for Coup(23), Convertible(27) and Fastback (29), part no. 1789CX8.
    The rear piece is represented by two different nos.: 1777CX8 for coupe and convertible; and 1710CX8 for fastback(29).

    That being established, nowadays the offering comes a few parts suppliers like Year One and Legendary Auto Interior (product is identical).
    These carpets are not differentiated beteween coupe of convertible Barracuda; they are represented by "1967-1976 A-Body group" as the carpet cut is made ubiquitous, fits-all piece of trimming. The difference made is for Fastbacks which are delivered with 9 pieces of trimming.

    The body shop guy who installed the carpet in my 4-door Dodge Dart (3'' longer wheelbase) had to spare some pieces from the old carpet to complete the trimming on the side of the rear seat. This goes to exemplify how ubiquitous the offering under ''1967-1976 A-Body !!" really is.

    In conclusion to this, my experience is that, yes, you could buy the carpet I have from Legedary that applies for A-Body 1967-1976 (no console, automatic shifter on the steering column) for your fastback. You would have to do some trimming to complete the furbishings onto the sides of the rear seat from pieces you'd spare from the old one or from the overlap.
    I am going to put this letter in the forum so that you can collect other view-points.
     
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