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What is the best thing to eliminate odors in a classic car? Details, please!(:

It is a 1962 Volkswagen beetle. Was in storage for about 20+ years. Help, please?

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You can get rid of odors in your car by vacuuming it. Most times it's due to dirt that you get a bad odor. You can also use baking soda. Sprinkle it on the carpet and rub using your hands. Different odors need different methods of removal. This will help http://www.ehow.com/how_7319045_rid-odors-cars.html.

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I dont know where you are but here (australia) there are carpet deodorising powders the lavender one is a good one. You just sprinkle on carpet, couches if they are cloth material then vacuum off. I do this in one room and my whole house smells like fragrance for weeks!!

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There isn't any carpet. That's the problem. Lol. I'm going to put new carpet in as floor mats that smell good. Maybe that will help!(:
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Scrub it down with vinegar. That usually gets rid of smell and disinfects
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Dang my friend wants one like that. Instead he's got a 1973 VW superbeetle and I have a 1966 Dodge Charger

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I love it. It has some rusted out spots but.. the interior is just.. AMAZING. it has.. tijuana tick and roll? Is that it? Its awesome. It just smells funny!
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Tuck n roll*
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Yeah my charger has like 2-3 rusted spots and I still love it
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Just adds character!
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Yeah adds onto the age. My car has the original motor and an all new interior ready to be installed with all newly reupholstered seats
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Sweet
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spray Febreze

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