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Technical 52-54 ford merc?

Discussion in 'Traditional Customs' started by bryanyeskie, Oct 3, 2018.

  1. bryanyeskie
    Joined: Jun 13, 2016
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    where do I get rear floor pans for my car? I contacted EMS and nothing from them yet serched Google and get anything from a f1 ford- merc cougar.

    Help please
     
  2. You may be out of luck, not every floor pan is re-popped. Time to get out the bead roller and start fabricating your own. It is not that hard, there are lots of floor pan threads on the HAMB to help you along.
     
  3. UNSHINED 2
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    If worst comes to worst, try to get a hold of a salvage yard out of the rust belt and see if they will cut a set out of a wreck.....4drs may be the same....
     
  4. UNSHINED 2
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    Do you just need the footwells or is it more rustout than that?
     
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  5. UNSHINED 2
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    They have the other side, too.
     
  7. Atwater Mike
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    THANKS, Unshined!!! Dennis has the best, didn't know he could be so cheap...Great price, if you don't want to 'roll your own'...
     
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  8. bryanyeskie
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    Haven't really looked under the seat yet but the foot well is trash. It's there but I wouldn't step on it with out a tetanus shot. The car itself on the outside is good normal rust spots not bad. The floor the previous owner must have rolled the windows down when it rained and just left it.

    Anyways thank you for the quick replays. P.O.T.H(power of the hamb)
     
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  9. junkyardjeff
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    Those cars are very similar to the 55 and 56s and those are reproduced so they might work with a little modifications.
     
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  10. UNSHINED 2
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    I remember it being pretty solid when I was up for that T cowl...
     
  11. bryanyeskie
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    That's what I was told buy a EMS rep. They are in the works for 52-54 but on next year's todo list possibly!

    Unfinished 2 yes it is a solid car on the outside but like I said above the PO must have never shut the windows because most of the floors are shot trans tunnel is good,and under the front seats is good but foot wells not so much.
     
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  12. JeffB2
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