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Eddie_felix
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floor sheet metal

Post by Eddie_felix » Thu Jan 8th, 2004 6:11

where to get sheet metal for floor ;)
for 2 door coupe

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Re: floor sheet metal

Post by Johnny_S » Fri Jan 9th, 2004 7:24

Here is some information I received a few months ago from Bob at R/Car.

Our floors are die stamped and then the ribs are rolled into it. The following are the parts that I have for your 2nd gen. 49.

P-104 Front floor pan L/R $110.00ea.
P-105A Rear floor pan L/R $105.00ea.
P107 Full access panel $150.00
P-108 Rocker backing $65.00 per side or $125.00 both sides
P-113 Lower door skin (8" high) $80.00ea.
P-110 Floor braces (24 long) $45.00 ea.
P-124 Lower front fender patch $75.00ea (8" high)

S&H is 15% or free with orders over $500.00 to lower 48 states.
To order send a check or MO to:

R/CAR
570 Deming Rd.
Berlin, CT. 06037

Thanks for asking about our parts and if I can help you get your Plymouth
back on the road feel free to drop me a line.

Bob

860-829-2076
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Re: floor sheet metal

Post by Specialdeluxe » Tue Sep 9th, 2008 9:55

Johnny_S wrote:Here is some information I received a few months ago from Bob at R/Car.

P-110 Floor braces (24 long) $45.00 ea.
I think this is the only place that sells the bracing. I picked up rockers from Ebay seller classicparts4u. May get the floor pans from them too.
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Post by Jstanley55 » Mon Oct 13th, 2008 3:14

I was wondering if you ever ordered the rockers and floors from classicparts4u? I am thinking about ordering them as well but not too sure how they'll fit. The floors from rcarfabrications look more exact but they are a lot more money.

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Post by Specialdeluxe » Mon Oct 13th, 2008 3:27

Jstanley55 wrote:I was wondering if you ever ordered the rockers and floors from classicparts4u? I am thinking about ordering them as well but not too sure how they'll fit. The floors from rcarfabrications look more exact but they are a lot more money.
I purchased the rockers but I haven't installed them yet. I showed them to a body guy and he said that they were good. I've talked to others that have used the floor pans and they were pleased with them. The only issues I have heard with this seller are that they aren't very good in the communication department. I have asked them questions that have gone unanswered. I agree that the r/car panels look great but I don't think I'll notice how great they look after they have been undercoated and covered with carpet. I don't think you can go too wrong though. For the most part the floor sections are flat and the rockers barely have a curve to them. The drivers side splash pan has the most work done on it.

Another panel source is plymouth doctor:

http://www.plymouthdoctor.com/automobile.html
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