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One of the first things I do when I get a new car is replace the cheap OEM floor mats with something of higher quality. Has anyone found a good source for aftermarket mats which fit the 124?

I'm toying with the idea of getting black mats with red piping, or maybe even something with the Abarth logo on it. Also, I once saw an EU 124 Abarth which had aluminum heel plates for the driver, which looked great.
 

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I will most likely be going with Weathertech mats myself. They should be available already. I will not say where I am getting them from, as I am not a certified vendor here :)
 
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I will most likely be going with Weathertech mats myself. They should be available already. I will not say where I am getting them from, as I am not a certified vendor here :)
I have been checking the Weathertech site regularly. They already have the cargo liner. I got one. they have the mats in stock now.
 

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The factory mats are pretty but don't look tough enough for Pac NW winters. I have custom fit sisal mats for my Classica that are a perfect fit, are plenty tough and give a nice classic look. Both sisal and coco available in colors and patterns. Quality and customer service excellent. I first discovered these folks when shopping for my 1980 Triumph back in 2009.
www.cocomats.com
 

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I'd bet that the patterns are the same for the Miata and the 124 and there are probably some nice choices out there.
 

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I'd bet that the patterns are the same for the Miata and the 124 and there are probably some nice choices out there.
I havent been in an ND in a while, and even then it was only a few seconds, but I dont think they have the same bump on the passenger side of the floor where the exhaust crosses over
 

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They do. And the Spider doesn't have a catalytic converter there so the bump could have been much smaller, but I understand why the floor pans weren't modified. I've seen the Weathertech MX-5 mats in a Spider and they're a perfect fit - and they don't say MX-5 or Roadster like many mats from other brands. I'm getting the Mopar brand All-Weather mats (pn 82215026) with a Fiat logo from my dealer tomorrow.
 

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the factory mats that came with my classica are ok with the exception of the embroidered disclaimer about such and such use of floor mats.
 

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The classic coco mats place I mentioned earlier is all custom order. They already had patterns drawn specifically for the Spider but sent me paper copies to verify the fit (since I was the first to order a set). I sent them back a slight modification and the sisal mats they made for me fit perfectly. When I get home from current non-car travel, I can post some pics.
 

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i have the weathertech mats and like their fitment.
 

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WeatherTech S/H charges aren't shown until you Checkout.
You are correct. They charge $18 S&H, so for the same price I will buy direct from the manufacturer.
 
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