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Trunk Mat for 1966-1967 Mercury Cyclone Hardtop Molded TM Vinyl Complete 1Pc

MSRP: $157.61
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6.00 (in)
6.00 (in)
55.00 (in)
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TM Vinyl
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Fits hardtop only.
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1966-1967 Mercury Cyclone Interior Carpet

This carpet is specifically designed to fit 1966-1967 Mercury Cyclone vehicles with a Hardtop body style.

This carpet covers the Complete area of the vehicle. This kit will arrive in 1 pieces, with all the edges trimmed and surging complete.

This carpet is a Die Cut style created here in the United States, designed to replicate the OEM specifications and quality of the original carpets in the 1966-1967 Mercury Cyclone vehicles.


Does the old carpet look like **it and smell like rotten eggs? Old, discolored, dirty carpet flooring can make the interior look dated and suffocate the inmates. Replace that old rag with fresh carpet flooring and give the interior a much-needed facelift.

  • Manufactured in the US from true automotive-grade carpet
  • Precision-cut from original carpet flooring copy to fit your vehicle's floor perfectly
  • Easily installed in a couple of hours; keeps the interior of your car looking great for years
  • Comes with padding and heel pads depending upon your car's make and model
  • Available for all popular models of classic and vintage cars and trucks (see below)
  • Be sure to double check the fitment section and ensure this part fits your vehicle.

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This product comes with a 1 Year guarantee to be free of defects in material and workmanship. Our guarantee is valid only if our product has been properly installed in the vehicle for which it was designed to fit.
What type of material is best for a classic car trunk mat? The best material for a classic car trunk mat depends on what you prioritize: Durability and ease of cleaning: Rubber is a top choice, offering excellent resistance to wear and tear and being easy to maintain. Precise fit: Molded plastic mats conform well to the trunk's shape, but might have a more modern look. Affordability and style options: Vinyl is often the most budget-friendly and comes in various colors and textures. Classic look and customization: Carpet, especially when DIY-ed, allows for a perfect match to the original materials and trunk dimensions, but requires more upkeep. How does the material affect noise insulation and heat reduction? The material of your trunk mat significantly impacts noise insulation and heat reduction in your classic car. Here's why: Rubber: Excellent noise dampening due to its density and flexibility, reducing road noise and vibrations. It also offers good heat insulation. Molded plastic: Provides decent noise reduction and fair heat insulation, but not as effective as rubber. It's often lighter and more affordable. Vinyl: Offers minimal noise insulation and heat reduction. While inexpensive and easy to clean, it's not ideal for classic car restoration focused on noise dampening. Carpet: Provides minimal noise and heat insulation. While it might match the original trunk aesthetics, it's not the best choice for overall noise reduction or temperature control. Therefore, rubber is generally the best material for noise insulation and heat reduction, followed by molded plastic. Vinyl and carpet prioritize aesthetics over functionality in this regard. How does the material impact the overall look and feel, and how important is it to match the original appearance of the car? The material of your trunk mat significantly impacts the overall look and feel of your classic car's interior. Here's why: Rubber: Provides a classic, rugged look and offers good durability and protection. However, it can trap dirt and moisture. Molded Plastic: Often comes in a variety of colors and textures, offering a more modern look. It's easy to clean and provides good protection, but might not match the car's original aesthetic. Vinyl: Can be made to look like other materials like leather or rubber, offering more design flexibility. It's easy to clean and provides decent protection, but might not be as durable as other options. Carpet: Provides a luxurious look and feel, similar to the car's original interior. However, it's difficult to clean and offers less protection from spills and debris. Matching the original appearance is important if you want to maintain the car's historical accuracy and value. However, prioritizing functionality and ease of maintenance might be more important for everyday driving. Can I find a pre-made trunk mat that fits my specific car model and year? Yes, it is possible to find a pre-made trunk mat that fits your specific car model and year, and Collectors Auto Supply carries mats for hundreds of different vehicles. Please use the Year Make Model selectors and find the item that fits your vehicle. How does the thickness of the mat impact its ability to protect the trunk floor from damage? How easy is it to clean and maintain the trunk mat material? The ease of cleaning and maintaining trunk mat material varies: Rubber: Easiest to clean, simply requiring soap and water, and highly resistant to stains and spills. Molded Plastic: Easy to wipe clean with a damp cloth, being both durable and stain-resistant. Vinyl: Generally easy to clean with a mild detergent, but tougher stains might require more effort. Carpet: Most challenging to clean, requiring regular vacuuming and being prone to staining, although it offers a luxurious feel. How difficult is it to replace a trunk mat on a classic car? This job is pretty straightforward and can be handled by most DIY enthusiasts. It requires a few basic tools and a few hours of your time. For more information, feel free to check out these excellent videos from our friends over at Classic Car Club Restoration: