I think this also goes by the name "acoustic carpet".
It's a lot thinner than regular carpet, and usually used for parcel shelf/headliner applications, and will be glued into place.
I have actually used it on the interior side panels of my kit car which i think looks pretty smart, not sure i would want to use it on the floor as
i'm not sure it's the most durable, and too thin to use on it's own for a removable application.
I have a transit minibus that is fully lined with it, roof, cupboards and door panels. It's good stuff, various colours can be had too.
Definitely not for floors. I use carpet tiles for that, cut to fit. Cheap and easy to clean and replace.
Building: rover v8 supercharged 1959 ford 100e now but many
posted on 9/3/17 at 05:25 PM
As said great for side panels and headlining but not very durable for floor carpet if just fitted this carpet in my hotrod including floors but I have
fitted rubber mats in the foot wells so will see how it wears
I've done it, but it's very thin. I've just re carpeted a caterham and the thicker carpet I used was much easier to use bizarrely.
I only carpeted the back panel, the transmission tunnel and the boot floor. Looks great.