This is building the seat frame, I didn't know how most people attach seats to floors. But everything seemed weak to me. You can see the little handle and linkage made up for the locking sliding pin setup for the seat. Nothing crazy or all that pretty but works. This is building the floor, I had already built the outside edges earlier on in the first post I think.. When I installed the subrails I boxed them and virtually made the start of a flat floor underneath. I used the original style cross braces and boxed them as well. Past that it was just filling in the blanks with 16 gauge. Yeah its heavy and not as cool as bead rolled, super trick floors, but have to match the job to your abilities. As you can see I maximized my engine and trans mounting for the least amount of trans hump. Also with the seat I started on the pedal placement for the Ansen style setup. Where it ends up on the bead I wasn't sure how most would proceed so I made a bracket to match the MC outline. You will see that closer later on I'm sure, as I didn't finish it until way later.