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I am restoring #664841 from a race car back to stock. Since many things were not original and modified, we had to fill most holes in the door areas and of course new floorboards. After finishing the hard block sanding and next primer coat, we want to drill as many holes before finishing the painting process. I think that the 67s came with the rubber mat set and the tunnel carpet pieces. Is there insulation under the rubber mats and where? Are there holes to be drilled for installation of the mats and where, or is it glued? Same questions for the door chrome strips and the rear shelf vinyl.
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part of the rubber mats use press studs, and others, like trunk sides are using rubber plugs that you need holes for.

I suspect the factory to have punched those holes as most are under an angle, and not clean drill holes.

Best to get a complete mat set and test fit before sending your car to the painter. (as with all hardware basically..)

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Good advice from JC. Get the rubber mat set. I believe the new rubber floror mats do not come with the snaps attached. So, you will need to attach them first, then use them to locate the corresponding snap location on the floor. The fire wall should already have the holes for the snaps on the "front" of the mat.

Originally, the firewall, transmission tunnel, drive shaft tunnel and parcel shelf were all covered in sound proofing. I've seen a couple of roundtails with unmolested interiors. They had vinyl covering all of the sound proofing.

As I understand, original style sound proofing is available, I just don't know who carries it.

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"As I understand, original style sound proofing is available, I just don't know who carries it."

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Here are a few pictures I took of a very, at the time, original 1600 Roundtail. I pulled back the rubber mats to expose the vinyl on the firewall and transmission tunnel. I believe the floors should also have insulation. The stuff that may have been in this car was probably removed due to water infiltration.
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Here's some photo's of the main rubber mats and the piece against the "end" of the floor.

You can see the press studs in the rubber floor mats and drape for the back seat, and the floor end piece was held to the floor by the studs that are secured by a ss parker.

The main boot floor mat is rubber plugs at the front, and press studs at the rear. their position matches 3 holes in the rear piece so they interlock..

The press studs appear to have painted black tops, as the rest is nickel.

Hope this helps.

I too went for the vinyl under matting, but used closed cell-foam as insulation. May not be original, but A, you don't see it, and B it will not act as a sponge as the old stuff did. Only my opinion...










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