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My car is missing the plug or cover that goes in the center.  Is it a rubber plug or a metal cover?  If it is the metal cover, is it the same cover used in the floor pans so I can order one?  I found this picture as I was researching threads for info on the proper color. That makes it look like a metal cover.  The reason I ask about a rubber plug is I saw a comment on rubber plug kits that they include three of the large oval plugs and figured maybe one was for this purpose.  My floor pan doesn’t appear to have screw holes, so the rubber plug made more sense too.  Thanks for any help.

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Agree - metal plug / cap, same as the floor ones.  I tried a rubber shock top cover but even with trimming the outer edges it would not fit properly & stay there.  Had to re-drill one hole to line it up for the screws ( probably repro & not accurate )   

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