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rear storage compartment overall mat ??


monica
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wondering if buick made an overall accessory mat that would have covered the entire rear lower compartment deck on the '88-91 reatta?? part # ??..I guess what I'm saying is , did they make some kind of a carpeted mat that you could lay over the compartment lids etc, behind the seats, to prevent sun fade or if you by chance let fido ride along that his nails didnt scratch that area up ???? any ideas ?? or can anyone make this for me ?? tan interior '89... best, john 262-673-1969

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Guest EDBS0

Window tint is the best way to prevent interior fade and has a side benefit of keeping the interior cooler by lightening the load on the air.

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Guest Geoff Meador

Monica,<P>Not an answer to your exact question, but DashMat makes a "rear deck cover" for the Reatta.<P>From my understanding, it's crescent-shaped and curves along the top of the deck below the window, wide in the middle and narrowing near the edges.<P>That would protect the most exposed portions from the sun.<P>However, it's no help for the rest of the area or against Fido's claws.<P>And it's not an official Buick accessory.

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When dogs and Reatta's come together, it's best to not keep the dog in the passenger compartment. You could just tie it to the back bumper. shocked.gif" border="0shocked.gif" border="0shocked.gif" border="0

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I take my dog in the Reatta all the time. I have an old grey bathsheet that matches my interior color and more than covers the rear carpeted area. I just shake it out when his ride is over and we're all set.<BR>......And speaking of dogs in the back of Reattas, be careful when you roll the window up as the glass motion relative to the "B" pillar has caught my dog by surprise (and by the nose) on a number of occasions smile.gif" border="0

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Guest dukeofo

My Sheltie stays and prefers staying in a crate. it also protects him in case some idiot runs another stop sign. Worse case he'll bounce around in the crate............

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