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  1. Classic Tech
    So I know there are millions of posts about the cowl rust but I see prices and work vary from post to post from 2004 up to now. I have a 1966 Mustang Coupe. Water leaks into it and im 99% sure its from the cowls that everyone has the issues with. Im in north georgia (cobb county), does anyone...
  2. 5.0L Tech
    I have a 93 that has a couple holes in the floor pans. I have only looked at the driver side and only half of it. I was wonder if i replaced only driver side pan besides the from seat platform do i need to cut out the rest of the pan or could i lay it over the old pan.I am not too deep into it...
  3. Classic Tech
    Hello all, I am restoring a 66 Mustang Convertible. This may be a stupid question but I need an honest answer. I don't want seams in the floor pan so I intend to put in a complete floor pan. My question is this: without the support of a roof, like on a coupe, with the floor panels removed is...
  4. Introductions
    Good afternoon. I have joined to find advice and tips. I have decided to restore a 1965 convertible that was given to me from my grandfather. I have a lot of work ahead of me. I have taken out the seats, seat belts, and carpet. My main goal is to get the floor pans replaced to start off and go...
  5. Classic Tech
    I will have to replace some/most of the floor pans in my 6 coupe. My question is, do the new pans get spot welded in or does the whole seam get welded in?
  6. 5.0L Talk
    ok i have a 88 gt that im starting to restore im gonna start by installing new floor pans but i have never done this do you guys have any pointer on were to start
  7. SouthEast
    I was wondering if any of you would know a decent place to get floorboards repaired in the state of Florida. It's on a 1990 Mustang GT the driver side floor board definitely needs repaired as it has rusted thru in several spots. Thanks for any help you may have to offer.
  8. Classic Talk
    I just recently started restoration on my 1966 mustang and i found some small rust spots dime sized on the floor pans. My question is would it be better if i just replace them or is it possible to repair them? Any input on this subject is greatly appreciated.
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