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1965 Plymouth Satellite Drag Car Build/Restoration Floor Pan Progress

Here we are drilling out the factory tack welds so that we can remove the old floor pan to make room for a new one


 


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1965 Plymouth Satellite Drag Car Build/Restoration Floor Pan Progress 2
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Creating Custom Metal Floors [S2 Ep. 7-1]
Today, Stacey pulls out the tools and starts working metal as he dives into the subject of what to do when your floors are gone... I mean literally gone... nothing there! It's not as big a problem as you may think as Stacey rolls in the "Rat Roaster" and shows you how to create solid metal floors from nothing. This show is loaded with tools and tech that will help you build anything from a small patch panel to a complete floor. While he?s at it, Stacey also covers seat selection and placement so you have a place to plant YOUR seat when you get ready to roll down the street!





1965 Plymouth Satellite Convertible 426
For 1965 the Plymouth Satellite became a separate model, available as a coupe and convertible only. With a base 273 cid V8 as standard it was available with the full range of Chrysler V8 engines all the way to the 426 cid rated at 365 horsepower and a rubber burning 470 foot pounds of torque.. With a relatively light weight for a convertible of 3,325 pounds for the convertible and 125 less for the coupes, these were the Luxury Muscle cars of 1965. These cars were the precursor of the Plymouth Road Runner that was to come. With only 1,860 convertibles built in 1965 these cars were rare when new, 52 years later are though after by collectors, and who knows how many of the 426 cars survived. This car is absolutely a head turner and I would love to have one in my collection. "Set the Way-Back machine to 1965 Mr. Peabody." I had the honor of driving this particular car and to be honest the restoration was a little too authentic. The engine settled to a lopeping idle with just enough rumble from the Exhaust to let you know this car is special. The acceleration was breath taking and I had to be careful to not light up the tires at every stab of the accelerator. Today's cars are so well behaved that the you can feel the twisting forces at work when you step on the accelerator hard, you feel the car squat towards the left rear and you feel the front right rise to the air. You know if it had enough traction those front wheels would lift off the ground. When these cars were new I was firmly entrenched in driving European cars that were completely the opposite in the dynamics and handling, light, nimble, precise and slow in comparison to the brutal power of the american V8 cars. The steering and response of the cars of this period was leisurely and dead in feel. Disc brakes were just becoming an option in some cars. The interstate hi-way system was almost finished and america was legally cruising at 70 mph gas was 22 cents a gallon. There is no question that this car is fast, there is no question that this and other cars of the period need more to stop with the tiny drum brakes it came equipped with.





How To Replace Floor Pans In An Old Truck (Easy Step by Step Process)
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1965 Plymouth Satellite Super Stock Drag Car Build Floor Pan Progress 3





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how to make floor pans
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1965 PLYMOUTH SATELLITE RACE CAR CHASSIS DYNO TEST
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1967 floor pan remove and install
removing rusted out floor pans and installing new not frame off repair





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Foxbody Floor Pan Replacement
Replaced my floor pans these past couple of days, and then I put in my new carpet, I'll probably make a new video of that




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