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Re: Lloyd's mats - cheap source?
Carlsen sells only Lloyd's mats, as do most other dealers I've asked.
Price was about the same as others in my telephone calls to the local
dealer, a Chicago dealer, Carlsen, Blau and Euroselect. Euroselect was a
bit cheaper, if I recall correctly. I am only looking for a set of two,
without embroidery, though.
I'm still awaiting the mats (they are a gift... beggars can't be
choosers!), and will keep the list posted on fit and color match.
> Date: Tue, 13 Apr 1999 09:18:44 -0400
> From: Brian Armstead <email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: Lloyd's mats - cheap source?
Brian Armstead <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Glen: I got my mats from German Parts and Restoration. About $85 for
> the set. I have not been pleased however, as Lloyd's can't match the
> Audi pattern exactly. The mounting holes are off,, resulting in the
> driver's mat skewing to the left. I sent the mats back to them three
> times, and they still could not get it right. I even sent the original
> mat for them to use as a template. Nice people, but I would not buy
> from them again. I recall a lister bought some mats from Linda at
> Carlsen for a very good price. I think that would be your best bet.
> Glen_Powell@ne.3com.com wrote:
> > Anyone know of a cheap source for Lloyd's mats? Blau is like $110 and I can
> > almost always beat their prices....
> > Please respond directly,
> > Thanks,
> > -glen