What's this stuff called?

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  1. casper50

    casper50 New Member

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    I'm starting on my wife's 1955 Pontiac wagon. I try and find parts way before I need them as you never know how long it will take to find them. I'm looking for the name of the linoeum type stuff used to cover the cargo area of the wagon. Hard to search if you don't know the name. Take a look at the photo please. Thanks
     

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    joe_padavano Well-Known Member

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    SMS Auto Interiors should have that in rolls.
     
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    To be honest I have no idea what the proper name for it is, sorry.
     
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    I think "linoleum type stuff used to cover the cargo area" does a pretty good job.
     
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    Ribbed Linoleum is correct.
     
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    Well, yeah, if you wanted to be TECHNICAL about it... ;-)
     
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    Chrysler Corp. called it "vinoleum" back in the day. I assume someone at headquarters came up with the catchy combination of vinyl and linoleum. I used vinyl and glue from a local fabric store for my '62 Plymouth Suburban cargo area.
     
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    Thanks for what? There's nothing like signing up to a forum only to end up answering your own questions
     
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    What is the last link from? It appears to be a link to a file on your local machine. Also, I didn't see anything at Ciadella Interiors, on the link you posted. I'm still looking for a small amount of this... "shtuff" to cover the divider between the rear seat and cargo area.
     
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    Just got off the phone with SMS. They make it to your order. If you have a sample they can make it exactly like that. $89 a yard.
     

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