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Looking for rubber OEM type floormat for 1936 Ford Pickup. Been searching through all the aftermarket guys and they all seem to offer a "generic" style that fits from 1932 up to 1950. The ones I have seen, you have to cut out the holes and trim the sides. Most of those rip when installed. Looking for something that had a "press cut", "machine cut" or "molded" cutouts for the pedals, shift, e- brake, starter switch, etc. Appreciate any help or ideas, Thanks, Jim

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Try Lebaron Bonney. www.lebaronbonney.com. Look under "interior parts", and then "floor mats".
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1936 Floormats

Thanks for the try. I had talked them before, but called again. No luck they don't carry pick up mats until 1940.
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