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    In '59 the carpet was a pretty thick shag type of cut pile. Can anyone help with a source? Most of the replacement items in the market are short and tight woven. I want to stay with the origianl in my restoration.
    Thanks

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    RE: Carpeting for a '59 Lincoln Continental

    Am I at a dead-end? I can see that 28 folks have read the message - but no answers. No carpet experts out there?

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    • #3
      ill check my old hardrive.

      When i went for new carpeting, i wanted to kee the thick shag type the Mark came with also, but ended up going with modern tight weave for the kit cost. I got it saved in here somewhere a link to custom carpet manufacturers of both thick shag type, and new modern type tight eweave. Polyester, and also woven.
      Jeff

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      • #4
        This has GOTTA be a record....somewhere! Max, you're good at this....
        The infamous "Land Shark"

        Also Owned 97 Tan/Tan LSC
        Originally posted by driller
        OK, I've been owned. Educate me.
        Originally posted by DLF
        Was he just on vacation? Doubtful, but I suppose it's possible.

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        • #5
          WOW! 3 years later someone answers. Is he even here anymore

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          • #6
            Lol! He probably ended up using some old bathroom carpet he had when he did a remodel on his house.
            The infamous "Land Shark"

            Also Owned 97 Tan/Tan LSC
            Originally posted by driller
            OK, I've been owned. Educate me.
            Originally posted by DLF
            Was he just on vacation? Doubtful, but I suppose it's possible.

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