Denver, Colorado 1956 Nomad
Wow! What a difference the new tires and wheels made.
WINNER!! Those are the days that are the payback.Saturday, 2.5 hrs to Conn. Hot Rod Fallout , 4-5 hundred traditional cars . If not ya park up on the hill, not in the traditional field . After me takes this pic, drive through 45 min of rain. Then cleared out to be a great day. I got there , got busy, never took cleaning kit out. 😬 View attachment 349323
A very practical and prudent step, Gary - just make sure the underside of the carpeting isn't coarse enough to do a little scratching of the linoleum on it's own. Would be easy enough to glue a layer of vinyl (or similar) to the bottom of the carpet (facing down) to protect the finish of the linoleum....you might consider having a piece of carpet cut to fit 'over it', cut to fit snugly inside the wheel wells, and have the edges finished and sewn to prevent fraying; that is my plan to prevent the scratching of the linoleum ...
Cotton, or anything really to neutralize any scrubbing the carpet backing might do...how about vinyl with the 'good side' down - would that tend to grip the linoleum a little and help keep the carpet in place?Good point JR... what's the most practical for the bottom side? cotton cloth glued to the backing?