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Old 08-19-2011, 11:50 PM   #11
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After looking around a couple years ago, I found a front pair of Lloyds from http://auniqueautoboutique.com/. They were around $130, but the car was clean as a whistle when I got it and wanted to keep it that way. If you go for them, careful on the color selection. The mats matched the carpet fine (smoke, I think? and not as bad as the pic looks, just a poor photographer) but I got the embroidery thread on the emblem too dark. They also come with anchors.
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