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  1. Body Restoration
    Has anyone here replaced floor pans in a 64 or 65? Looks like a huge job. Is it doable without removing the body from the frame?
  2. Body Restoration
    Hi - I bought a '72 el camino and after further investigation, found that the bed was fairly rotted underneath and that the front passenger side needs a new floor pan. Scrapping the car IS NOT an option, and I was wondering what estimates are for time, cost of labor? Assuming body has to come...
  3. Interior Restoration
    So when I got my El Camino it did not have seats. I got some random bucket seats on craigslist and bolted them in so I could drive the car around. I'm not entirely pleased by where the seats are(both are too far from doors. middle of seat not aligned with steering wheel), but cannot just drill...
  4. Body Restoration
    After I picked up my camino, I discovered a busted heater core and a rain leak. I've pulled out the entire interior, dash included, to check floorpans. They ended up not being too bad, but its been sitting covered for a couple weeks and I keep walking out to find damp floorpans. I'm guessing...
  5. Body Restoration
    The folks that owned my '73 before I did apparently had some floor pan issues. They also tried to fix them. Well, I took the seat out, ripped up the carpet and found the...uhm...repairs I guess you could say. The pictures of the find just don't do it justice, since I took them as an...
  6. Interior Restoration
    i've been hanging around this site since about march when i first got my baby and really i haven't been able to do much with the car since the first step was to get new floors in it. after sitting at one autobody shop for four months with not even touching it i got fed up and took it to another...
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