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Hi folks,

I've been trying to source a set of original floor mats for a 159 Sportwagon here in Ireland. I've had no luck so far.

I can get them from the UK (stg£50) but the postage is another stg£40, so the mats will end up costing €110. Does anybody know if there is an Irish based supplier for these?

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Hì pendragonfalls... Yeah, I spotted those ones, but I don't think they're the original AR mats. They do seem decent enough, so if I can't get the orignal ones here, then I'll probbaly go with Micksgarages
 

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I got some from there for the 156. Good fit and the qualities pretty good as well..:thumbs:
Thanks - I've gotten stuff (for other cars) from Mickasgarages before & always found them to be excellent. Good to know the Alfa mats worked out for you. I've just placed my order there too.

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BTW They've got that "hedgehogey" stuff on the undersides, so they don't slip.
The 156 ones haven't slipped....yet..! :mygrin1:
"hedgehogey". Love it.

That's my new favourite word.
 

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Give Liam Browne a ring or email in Donohue's who are authorised genuine Alfa parts suppliers. They are in Motor City off the Kylemore Road, Liam has never failed to get an Alfa or FIAT part for me including genuine mats, his email address is: [email protected] or call him on 01 4242666. Recently got genuine Alfa mud flaps off him for my Alfa 145 I kid you not!!!
 

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@NordicI55
Thanks for that - I'll give Liam a call next time. The Micksgarages ones should be delivered today/tomorrow

@freel4ancer
Thanks. Very useful
 

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One idea might be to use Parcel Motel (parcelmotel.com). They have a UK postcode (Northern Ireland) you can use for delivery, and your order is then delivered to your local 'motel' for the flat rate of €3.50 (your first two deliveries are free). Not affiliated with them in any way, but I use them all the time for items on amazon that have free UK delivery (and charge the usual extortionate rate for post to Ireland).
 
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