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I got my new trunk floor pans today, came in a three part. one piece was more than triple the price? Got all three for 403.00 and they look great! I gues a one piece saves a lot of welding? I will take pics when i install them which will be on a warmer day than today. 

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This I'm interested in seeing done Dave. My 65 will probably need it eventually as well.

For what I've seen, it seems pretty straightforward.



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check on the 'B' body full trunk pan. It may have to be installed from underneath the car. Too big to fit through the trunk opening ?? 

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ya that's what i thought as well, so the three piece is 400 bucks and the one piece is 1900 for me is a no brainer. I will have more leeway for adjustment with the three piece and im hoping it will be an easy install. I will take some pics today

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Be sure to document the job!



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love to know where these pans came from i usually get these from cross canada replacement parts name may have changed

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i got mine from old car centre in Langley bc, not sure where they get them from but they look like very good quality and nice and thick metal



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I went with the one piece because it had all the floor bracing welded in etc. If you go that way you definitely have to put it in from underneath. I would think you may be able to do the separate pieces from the top but don't know. Will be interested to know if you have to modify the front corners to fit around the kick panels, I had to for my 62.

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did a quick rough fit and they look great. larger than what i need so is perfect. may be a while before i get to that, doing disc brakes so i can get it turned around in the carport and closer to the welder. thanks for all the input you guys!

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Glenn Musgrave wrote:

I went with the one piece because it had all the floor bracing welded in etc. If you go that way you definitely have to put it in from underneath. I would think you may be able to do the separate pieces from the top but don't know. Will be interested to know if you have to modify the front corners to fit around the kick panels, I had to for my 62.


 Kick panels, in a trunk?



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seventy2plus2 wrote:
Glenn Musgrave wrote:

I went with the one piece because it had all the floor bracing welded in etc. If you go that way you definitely have to put it in from underneath. I would think you may be able to do the separate pieces from the top but don't know. Will be interested to know if you have to modify the front corners to fit around the kick panels, I had to for my 62.


 Kick panels, in a trunk?


 My apologies, on the fly too much!!!  I thought he was talking about front floor pan.  Don't know how I got that idea when trunk floor pan is in bold letters and in the subject line but that's my story and I'm sticking to it.



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