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1966 B-body Shifter boot opinion and experience


I have a tunnel hump for my 66 B-body floor  It is not very thick. looks like it just adds some strength...    The B-body origonal boot is not re-produced !!  I have some photos of original installs..   and photos    I have a new Chevelle boot and trim.. Has anyone here had experience?   I want it to look original, but its hard to do w/o parts..  The CHEVELLE pkg has a top trim with 4 holes  I could paint it carpet color.. The origonal pictures, show a smooth piece color coded in 2 doors and another in a 4 door, with "chevelle type" trim and 6 holes  C2

-- Edited by 427carl on Sunday 31st of May 2009 11:01:10 AM

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Heres 2 door original...  "hump" looks flat and trim is not showing exposed screws 6566bench4spdcarpetringMedium.jpg trim color coded90_4.jpg

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Here is photos of 4 door with chevelle style trim and 6 screws holding trim  Its not painted carpet colorCIMG1823.jpgCIMG1836.jpg



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biggrin  anyone? Bueller?

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I used the boot and ring from my Acadian.I then just bolted them right to the floor.I'm not sure if bench 4 speed cars had a "hump" so to speak.

-- Edited by rebelrouser on Thursday 28th of May 2009 09:10:37 PM

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thanks  thats a better picture   parts from Acadian   what year?

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'68-'69 Nova/Acadian parts.The only piece I didn't use regretably is the mount that goes underneath the floor so the boot ring could attach to.I already had the carpet in and the tranny as well.

-- Edited by rebelrouser on Friday 29th of May 2009 10:07:40 PM

-- Edited by rebelrouser on Friday 29th of May 2009 10:10:52 PM

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THANKS!    I will try one of those

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