Coco Mats

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baxtersit
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Coco Mats

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Just received a pair of Coco Mats which look and feel great. Nice surprise on the envelope that they were packaged in inside the carton.
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Re: Coco Mats

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Nice mats! That envelope pattern would make a cool wrapping paper.

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Love coco mats. Where did you get them?
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Re: Coco Mats

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Cocomats.com They have great customer service and were a bit unsure about fitment so they mailed me two paper templates that I cut out to fit the footwell along with heel placement. No delay in delivery. They are very sturdy at 5/8 inch with a nice pegged rubber base. I liked the Datsun mats that were just available but like the history of the Cocomats. $200 total with delivery so a bit pricey but my carpet was wearing out so had to do something.
2019 VW Allroad 6 sp
1966 Datsun Roadster stroker
1997 Acura NSX 6 speed
1979 Yamaha Daytona Special
1883 Honda VF750F Interceptor