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Cuckoo for Coco Mats color compilation

Yup, you read it right. Post em if you got em.... (for the record, I don't have them...............yet)

The only rule is there are no rules. From the outlandishly shocking to the conservative color coordinated, lets see em and don't forget the color combo you chose.


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Yup, you read it right. Post em if you got em.... (for the record, I don't....yet)

The only rule is there are no rules. From the outlandishly shocking to the conservative color coordinated, lets see em.


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great interiors! love your aluminum/chrome accents little brother.
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Looks like the black/yellow combo


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I've been looking at different options for floor mats for our 78SC. I ran across this video presented by PCA doing a spotlight in how Cocomats are made here by a small mfg company in South Carolina. I was rather impressed in the process and the fact everything is done by hand without automation.

Here is the video if anyone is interested. Being totally honest, after watching it was immediately apparent where I would be getting the flooring for the 911 & 912.
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Perfect period-correct touch IMHO!

So is the disabled Clifford Alarm keypad that I can't remove thanks to the gaping wildly cut with a hacksaw gash behind the pad lol
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Perfect period-correct touch IMHO!

So is the disabled Clifford Alarm keypad that I can't remove thanks to the gaping wildly cut with a hacksaw gash behind the pad lol
The Clifford pad just adds to the retro vibe.
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I agree about the Clifford pad. I've been enjoying pushing the buttons for many years now
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Not the best picture, but hereís blue/white Iím my GP White/ dark navy 911.

I love coco mats. They are such a high quality product. Expensive, but IMO the quality justifies the price.
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Does anyone have blue/white or blue/natural in their car? Trying to decide between the two...


DN,

I just ordered ten samples/combinations from Cocomats. I picked every conceivable color combo I thought I would consider. I was able to choose the patterns for $10.00, shipping is free.

I only mention this in case you might have been unaware of the samples. Here is the link.
https://www.cocomats.com/orderswatches/

After watching the video on how much hand labor goes into the making of them, I feel the price is justified.

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These mats are extremely well made. There really is no comparison and the age-old adage, you get what you pay for, applies 100% here.
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My sample pack arrived today. Impressed with the thickness of the material.

Whittled it down to four contenders. Looking for some contrast to the all dark brown interior.

The wife now wants a set for her CRV.


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