1964 Cadillac coupe Deville cut pile med Sandalwood molded carpet

I have a 1964 Cadillac Coupe DeVille and I am looking for cut pile medium Sandalwood pre-molded carpet. I have gotten some good information and feedback from people just looking for more in case anyone has gone this route. Like where they got theirs, name of company phone number, web site,excetera

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Hi Joe,

My interior seems to be the same color as yours.  My carpet was made by Auto Custom Carpets and I believe I purchased it from USA parts?  It's been about 10 years so my memory is fuzzy since I have 2 vintage Cadillac and 2 vintage Chevies.  I do remember the brand though.  

Seems like Kanter sells them as well and has a good color representation in their printed catalog so you can actually see what you are buying. 

Happy Motoring!

 Hello Michael thank you for responding.

I have gone on ACC's website and Kanter as well as a bunch of other ones and have not been able to find medium Sandalwood in cut pile on any of them. I called SMS a couple of days ago and ask them for samples of their carpets and today in the mail I got a letter from them with samples of fabric, vinyl & leather but not carpet LOL

Joe D

Give ebay a try unless you have


I checked them first, then Rock Auto.

Jason suggested SMS & to send them a sample of mine from under the back seat, I'm definitely leaning that way. 

Just thought it would be nice to check out other options.

SMS has cut pile but there is an 800 series and a 1000 series.  The 1000 series is a thicker pile, and seems to be the closest match to the black cut pile in my 64 CDV

Thank you for that Blake, but my problem is matching my original color in Cut pile not Loop.

I've been able to find medium Sandalwood in Loop from a couple of different sources, but I don't want loop I want cut pile which is what's original to my car

Well I made a decision, ACC carpet 

Well hopefully you will get a good night's sleep now LOL

LOL yes hopefully, then again theirs still the headliner :)

Always a good choice, glad you found what you wanted!

Happy Cadillacin'



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