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    Quote Originally Posted by cmj912 View Post
    Mopar Online has it listed as a 'cargo cover' but it does not show the part as available.

    1) suggestion: post an ad in the 'want to buy' section of this forum; there may be a member modding their car that would sell you one. Some of the members, I have seen, remove the rear seat. So no need for the cargo part.

    2) call pick and pull (junkyard): you may be able to just visit and pull one off a wreck

    In my observation I have found that it isn't really the cargo cover that is so delicate as the extremely bendy plastic mounting points!
    Norcall SS I think just bought an salvage Abarth, might shoot him a msg.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmj912 View Post

    In my observation I have found that it isn't really the cargo cover that is so delicate as the extremely bendy plastic mounting points!

    Agreed, the mounting point on the passenger side of mine cracked a while back (where it attaches to the car interior) when someone tried forcing an oversize box in the trunk., and it looks like the entire piece wraps around the rear window, so I imagine it would be a pain to replace. (not to mention expensive). I'll probably just glue it back in place.

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    the part name is "package shelf" and the part number is 1RZ41JXWAC Hope this helps!
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    Quote Originally Posted by nolalou View Post
    I'm not sure what it's called, so I'm having no luck finding it online, but the removable piece that hides the cargo area in my car has got bent out of shape, and I'd like to replace it. (the part that you'd normally remove to fold down the back seat). Any idea what that part is called & what the replacement cost is? This is for a 2012 500 Sport, in case that makes any difference.

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    Personally I don't see the need for it, doesn't have much of a purpose, except to keep snoops from peering in The
    Rear window. What I would like to see is a sturdy one made from wood, with 6x9 cutouts , for decent speakers , sorely lacking in the rear.
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    Mine got cracked recently and I "Gorilla Glued" it together then applied a 1/2" x 1" piece of wood the full length, also glued on, (within 1-1/2" of each end). It has made it very sturdy and cost me zero as I had the piece of wood lying around.

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    Obsessed! Has anyone found a good source for a replacement parcel shelf for a 2013 500 Pop? The one at 500madness is a cover for the shelf. Nice, but I need the shelf! Can't seem to find it at Mopar or anywhere!

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    Quote Originally Posted by popcicle13 View Post
    Obsessed! Has anyone found a good source for a replacement parcel shelf for a 2013 500 Pop? The one at 500madness is a cover for the shelf. Nice, but I need the shelf! Can't seem to find it at Mopar or anywhere!
    $ 29.99 on ebay http://www.ebay.com/itm/2012-2013-20...78e058&vxp=mtr
    Tag shows some part numbers but it may be only for their internal use and may not show on other sites where it would be sold.

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    Forum Member @HalfPint originally posted this idea to fix for the cargo cover / parcel shelf.

    LINK: http://www.fiat500usaforum.com/showt...ix+cargo+cover

    BUT I figure this pic worth 1,000 word to this thread. which will live on whenever someone posts about a sagging real parcel shelf / cargo cover.

    The Solution: $1.71 piece of 8 foot long square rod (cut down to 31") and $5.74 worth of Gorilla Glue - both from Home Depot

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    Nice job, I would have painted it dark grey to match the cover.

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    Thought of painting it but since it's underneath and to the front and thus you can't see it - I said fuggetaboutit
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