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post #2 of (permalink) Old 06-30-2019, 09:57 AM
cobra94svt
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Just make sure you have all your measurements and everything braced. Keep your old stuff just in case you need some brackets that arenít welded on the new floor. I just did this on a 67 coupe a couple of months ago. It had a lot of rust and time wise it really helped out instead of piece by piece. Like all repo parts, you have to make it fit though. Mine was really close. Also, Iím a dynacorn distributor and give forum members a discount. I can get it for you cheaper that CJ. Send me a text at 8126601062.


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