Hi Everyone:

The interior trim covering for my B Pillars is missing in my 64 Fleetwood, and I am wondering what the piece(s) looks like so I can recreate it.

I found this photo online (not a Fleetwood) - It looks like there is carpet on the bottom, and then maybe matching leather (?) above that. Is there a cardboard backer that ties it all together or are they separately attached? Also, does it vary based on model?

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There is no cardboard on the back... it is just a piece of carpet on the bottom sewn to a piece of vinyl/leather at the top, and glued to the metal inside B-pillar with what looks like that 3M spray adhesive. From memory there is not difference between 4 and 6 window sedans or the Fleetwood. What is different is color. I generally always save these from the parts cars and may have what you need in decent condition. I would need the trim code off you body plate to give me the color you need? You can email mail me offline at jasonedge64@outlook.com 

I sent MIke an email this morning with pictures but thought I would share here showing the front and back of these. I was able to locate several colors in my stash but not the sandalwood with the cut pile that he needs. The only difference between these across the sedans, other than color, is going to be the carpet.  The 1964 Series 62 sedans used a loop pile while the deVilles and Fleetwoods used a cut pile.  After digging around I did find a set in sandalwood but with the loop pile from a Series 62.  So, I got close but no cigar... so far.

Here is a picture showing front and back of these from a 1964 Fleetwood with light blue interior:

and here is a sample of some of the colors I have on hand. I do have more included in complete box sets but could not find Sandalwood ... so if any one by odd chance has this in nice condition with cut pile carpet in sandalwood contact Mike.



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