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database ,specifiction,design and dimentions of cars carpets/mats flooring

database ,specifiction,design and dimentions of cars carpets/mats flooring

database ,specifiction,design and dimentions of cars carpets/mats flooring

Hello everyone, asking for help how to find database , design,materials and dimensions of cars(2010 to 2018) carpets/mats flooring,i tried to search on all kind of cars brand names manufacturer unfortunately no results, as u know there's scanners 3D but these scanners are expensive and it will take a lot of time, manufactures that I've contacted they asking specifications , I'd be very grateful for any help

RE: database ,specifiction,design and dimentions of cars carpets/mats flooring

Without even looking, I can tell you that there will be no such thing, due to the various contracts and confidentiality agreements between auto manufacturers and their suppliers.

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