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Would anyone know how much it would be to recarpet a foxbody? perfurably someone that has done it before, and if it could be done at home in stead of paying installation.
 

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Just make sure you purchase the carpet with "mass backing" if you don't want to hear all the driving noise.

Just unbolt the seats and center console, pull old carpet out and lay it out on your lawn and use as a template for the new carpet. Piece of cake just takes a little bit of time.
 

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yea im on late model restoration and thats what they said. the only reason that i wasnt going to get a foxbody is because i didnt want to drive around in a dirty car but i didnt think that it was this cheep to do it myself
 

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Yeah I would definately spend a few extra bucks and get the molded carpet. by the time you rent a steamer and do it right you will have saved that money getting the pre cut and molded carpet. Not sure if thats what mustank got but i have seen them for about the price he said 100-150 bucks.
 

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Moldy carpet smells good!
 

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Yeah I would definately spend a few extra bucks and get the molded carpet. by the time you rent a steamer and do it right you will have saved that money getting the pre cut and molded carpet. Not sure if thats what mustank got but i have seen them for about the price he said 100-150 bucks.
yea i have add so the whole measuring and cutting thing would really to go well with me but yea thats deff worth it
 

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it's easy as can be, get the pre-molded carpet and take a couple hours and it will be better than new
 
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