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Old 01-03-2013, 10:29 AM   #1 (permalink)
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i got a 1967 mustang and the floor pans is rusted out and the trunk is also would a 1 piece fit in it with the top and fenders on or would i have to buy pieces seperate
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i got a 1967 mustang and the floor pans is rusted out and the trunk is also would a 1 piece fit in it with the top and fenders on or would i have to buy pieces seperate
A one-piece floor pan?
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I am so confused right now? How do fenders have anything to do with a floor pan? (Singular, not plural)

Anyway, I slid my new floor in from the bottom.
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Old 01-03-2013, 12:12 PM   #4 (permalink)
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This might be what he is talking about, but I wouldn't know how to install it. Maybe from underneath.

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No full floor and trunk pan in one piece except entire panel with rails
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i got a 1967 mustang and the floor pans is rusted out and the trunk is also would a 1 piece fit in it with the top and fenders on or would i have to buy pieces seperate
You could do it either way.
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It'll buff out.
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If you car needs that one piece floor pan along with the trunk you might as well part it out or scrap it. Thats like the entire bottom of the car and cost $2300 just for the part. There is no way I would go that route especially on just a coupe. You can find a good solid roller for $2300
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If you car needs that one piece floor pan along with the trunk you might as well part it out or scrap it. Thats like the entire bottom of the car and cost $2300 just for the part. There is no way I would go that route especially on just a coupe. You can find a good solid roller for $2300
Right, I know where a nice 6 cyl 1965 is and the owner is asking $2500. I bet you could get her for $2K. It's located just 5 houses down from where my new '66 was parked. See Atlanta Craigslist. Save your money. You have a donor.
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