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Old 11-12-2018, 07:01 PM   #16
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And from underneath we can see how easily all of this could just disappear under a layer of rubberized undercoat..



And from the front..



And the passenger side..

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Nobody picked anything apart. It's not unreasonable to think he cut the old floor in the shape of the new patch. I didn't see that in the pics so I asked.
It's ok. No worries. I understood your question.

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Did you cut out the old or just put this over it?
And felt stupid that I did not include this picture for the passenger side..



That was my bad. I was trying to push the before and after more than the in between and how I got there. I apologize for that.
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That's a nice repair given the owner did not want it replaced. I basically decided to cut out all the bad rusted places in my pans and replaced with pans I made myself. My floors did not have enough metal left to do what you did. If you haven't done sheet metal before it's not that hard just time consuming. Plus I saved a few hundred dollars.
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Here is the drivers side buried under a layer of dynamat and ready for the new carpets..



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And the molded carpets fit like a glove..





And yes that is a vintage air kit going into a '78-'82..

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Wow, that turned out looking great.
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Going back together we must setup the vintage air control head..



I made this job much easier with these awesome 3d printed pieces. I print them in many colors and even with many different patterns and gloss or textured finish..

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So we are getting close to completion on this car. I am elbow deep in underhood wiring..





The exhaust is built. Stock 350 so it gets dual 2.25"





While I didn't waste time taking pictures of the exhaust building on this one, I have detailed building this exact exhaust before. piece by piece. In this thread: https://www.digitalcorvettes.com/for...d.php?t=256417
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