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Old 03-17-2004, 01:27 PM   #1
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Restoring a 66, floor boards.

I want to start restoring it, and when i rip out the interior, i bet ill find some rust spots through the floor.

Where do you get the floor boards?
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I want to start restoring it, and when i rip out the interior, i bet ill find some rust spots through the floor.

Where do you get the floor boards?
Please...PLEASE cut them out and replace them correctly. And don't forgot the replace the cowl. The first time you wash it, if the cowl is leaking, water will go through it and back onto the floor boards.
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