New Floor Pans, Weld patches in rear rockers, trunk lid and floor, rear fenders near bumper.....

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Comment by William Cameron on March 25, 2014 at 11:43pm

 when I restored my Eldorado, I cut the rusted ones out and welded in a good set from a parts car. If anyone is working on floor pans, front, rear and or trunk I have several pans in excellent condition, if someone has  a need speak soon as these 64 stripped sedans will be going to the scrapper soon

Comment by Jeff Kinzler on March 25, 2014 at 12:30am

I should have labeled this "repair to floor pans" to be more accurate. Most of the original pans were left in place as you can see from one of the photos.

Comment by Jeff Kinzler on March 25, 2014 at 12:28am

I recall that he said this part was easy. However I wanted him to patch a slightly rusted floor brace underneath the car, and he didn't want to work on it because of the fuel lines running underneath that area. Its really no big deal to remove or replace the metal fuel lines, but maybe it was too much for the body man to tackle and I wasn't there at the time to deal with it.

Comment by Jimmy Davis on March 24, 2014 at 7:27pm
How hard were the floor pans to fit and weld? Did you do it yourself?
Comment by Jeff Kinzler on March 24, 2014 at 7:05pm

Jim

To answer your question, the work was done several years ago and not by me personally, but I recall purchasing full replacement pans, and the body guy just laid them over the existing and cut through the (small) rusted area which was just about where the heel pad would be, and then wire welded them in place.

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