67 Plymouth satellite floor pan replacement pt 2

the floor pan is all cut out of the 67 plymouth satellite

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67 plymouth satellite floor pan replacement pt 1
replacing the whole floor from firewall back as well as needed frame repairs on a 67 plymouth satellite convertable





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Replacing Full Floor Pans on Dodge Challenger MUSCLE CARS & HOT RODS Episode 66
In this episode Jeff puts new floor pans from AMD into the 1973 Dodge Challenger. See the removal of the old floor pans and the fit, prep, and installation of the new AMD pans. Then we catch up a little on the 1972 Dodge Dart as we prepare for a Hughes 3500 stahl converter.





1970 Plymouth Barracuda Floor Pan Replacement Tutorial Part 1 - 2
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5woR99q8Z30&feature=youtu.be 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Floor Pan Replacement Tutorial No one questions the popularity of Plymouth E-Bodies. And with the 2008 Dodge Challenger hitting the streets shortly after you read this, it's anyone's guess where the prices of these older cars will be going. Of course, Plymouth is dead and there will be no 'Cuda. 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Floor Pan Replacement Tutorial But if you are searching for a great-looking and reliable older car, a 1970-1974 'Cuda or Barracuda is a good choice. And while the aftermarket is not as strong as it is for the Chevrolet Camaro or Ford Mustang, companies are producing more and more parts daily for the E-Body cars of the early 1970s. They're relatively easy to work on and have virtually indestructible mechanical components from front to back. The Barracuda kept the same basic body style until the end. 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Floor Pan Replacement Tutorial - The 1971 models are the only ones with the fender gills, and with a Hemi and a convertible top, they are amomg the most valuable cars ever produced by Chrysler. 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Floor Pan Replacement Tutorial Our feature car is owned by Chuck Jennings and is an original, California B5 Blue hardtop. Chuck's bother, Craig, who ordered this car new, died in 1978, and Chuck has been the keeper ever since. The car is powered by a single four-barrel 440 engine and retains its original paint. 1970 Plymouth Barracuda Floor Pan Replacement Tutorial




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