Model A Ford Carpet - Victoria - Rear - Choose Your Material
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This carpet is for a 1930-1931 Model A Victoria with the emergency brake to the right of the floor gear shift.
All floor carpets are bound and stitched and are ready to install. Fasteners that attach the carpet to the body (UF26) are not included and are available separately.
MAC's recommends viewing a sample card before placing an antique auto upholstery order for your vintage Model A Ford. Provided to you free of charge, our sample cards are identified by number or letter and present you with actual swatches that feature material, pattern, and color choices for your specific classic Ford. When requesting sample cards, please indicate the year and body style of your antique Ford Model A.
Carpets have a number of material and color choices. The sample card is identified as SAMPLE-A2 and is free. We strongly recommend that you review the sample card before ordering your carpeting.
WARNING This product can expose you to chemicals including Phthalates which is known to the State of California to cause cancer on birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, visit www.p65warnings.ca.gov
|Base Part Number||49887|
|MAC's Legacy #||FCC17R31|
|Make / Model||Series||Body||Notes||Year|
|Make / Model Ford Model A||Series||Body||Notes||Year 1930, 1931|
|Make / Model Ford Model A Base||Series||Body||Notes||Year 1930, 1931|
|Make / Model Ford Model AA Base||Series||Body||Notes||Year 1930, 1931|