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I have a 67 that is in need of new floor pans just where your feet are but below the firewall. just seeing if anyone has had experience with these, thinking about getting them through ames, my dad has had good experience with them with his 67 convertable. Also will have to be doing the trunk but i'm more worried about doing the floor pans for now i want to replace all the interior first and work my way out.

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I have a 67 that is in need of new floor pans just where your feet are but below the firewall. just seeing if anyone has had experience with these, thinking about getting them through ames, my dad has had good experience with them with his 67 convertable. Also will have to be doing the trunk but i'm more worried about doing the floor pans for now i want to replace all the interior first and work my way out.

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I have pictures in "My Photos" under my user name of floor patches and a trunk replacement on my 66. I use Ames Performance when I am not in a hurry to get the parts, it usually takes them 3 or 4 days to process orders and ship.

The Parts Place Inc. usually has the items in stock and ships the same day for less.

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use performance years and go thru stacy there she will really be able to help you out.I have replace 20-30 floors pans over the years just take your time and measure it out 3-4 times and cut a little more then needed then trim to fit take a bit longer but better job.Dont forget to seam seal it and then paint the floors with rustoleum so it never re rusts or use por-15 that would be the best.

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It`s more time consuming then anything, I replace both sides full floor pans and the trunk pan with the 7 pc USA made truck kit in my `65. You came to the right place for advice, if you follow it.
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thanks for your help you guys, i've found a lot of usefull info through this so far, i'll try and get some pictures of my project car and my dads up soon we havn't taken them out of storage yet.
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