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Correct type carpet ~1935
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What is the correct type of carpet is right for a mid-thirty’s car (cut pile)??

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Re: Correct type carpet ~1935
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Many types were used in the 1930s, can you be more specific as to year, make and model?

Hogs hair was very common from the early part of the decade and found use in both juniors and seniors, Mouton was probably the most exotic, available and often seen in the formals and LWB Twelve models in the last few years.

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1408 with a V-12

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