Thank you for your reply!
I'll try to go to the parts shop today to find out whether they have a Moss
catalogue with the parts shown in a picture. Victoria is not a known company
in the Netherlands - we are in Europe....
If in need, I'll send you my faxnumber.
'71BGT - empty interior
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Scott McKorkle [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Tuesday, November 10, 1998 18:05
> To: Hans Duinhoven
> Cc: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: Jig saw puzzle carpet set
> Look in a current issue of the Moss or Victoria British catalogs (if you
> have access to them!) There are pictures of the carpet sets fully laid
> in the proper position. If you don't have these catalogs, email me your
> fax number (please include country code!). I will try to fax you a page
> that shows the carpet kit laid out.
> Scott McKorkle
> 1978 MGB
> > From: Hans Duinhoven <H.Duinhoven@simac.nl>
> > To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> > Subject: Jig saw puzzle carpet set
> > Date: Monday, November 09, 1998 10:48 PM
> > Dear MG friends,
> > Now the technical - mechanical stuff has been finished, I have started
> > the interior restauration.
> > With the car I purchased a carpet kit corresponding with colour the seat
> > cover colour authumn leaf.
> > Tonight I took the materials out of the carton box and found a jig saw
> > puzzle of some 20 pieces of nicely cut and finished carpet.
> > This is a real puzzle, because the car did not have full carpets in when
> > arrived.
> > Some shapes are recognizable, others are not. Funny the kit is ready for
> > both right hand drive and left hand drive, while for both sides rubber
> > insert mats are included....
> > Is there anyone who has done this job before?
> > The questions are:
> > 1 Has anyone a kind of drawing of the contents of the box showing
> > where to fit every
> > piece of the puzzle?
> > 2 What kind of glue should I use and how thick should the glue be
> > applied?
> > 3 The back of the original carpets have a thick insulating layer.
> > Should this be removed and
> > be glued to the new carpets? The new ones have a rubberish backing.
> > 4 Can I use double sided self adhesive foam instead of glue?
> > 5 The old carpets were able to be "clicked" onto the floor a.o. The
> > new carpets do not bear
> > these materials. What is recommended in this - new ones fitted or
> > not...
> > The partnumber of the kit looks like CK004K; another number on the box
> > 149T.
> > I don't know where the carpet kit has come from, while it was part of
> > purchase.
> > Thank you in advance for your help.
> > Beste regards,
> > Hans Duinhoven
> > Lisse - The Nederlands Where the World's most beautiful sprng
> > blooms every year
> > (+31)252 414183
> > MGBGT 1970 - 1971
> > New Racing Green
> > Autumn Leaf interior
> > Wires wheels
> > No o/d
> > "Will it be running after ten years?"