Yes, I too am a victim...

Discussion in '1965 - 1973 Classic Mustangs -General/Talk-' started by Swede958, Feb 9, 2006.


  1. Swede958

    Swede958 Founding Member

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    WEll, finally got off my ass today and with a couple friends began stripping the interior of my mustang. Most of it came out pretty easy. And surprise suprise, there's rust. It looks like I'm gonna need an entire driver foot well and partial toe board, and a partial passenger footwell. That seems to be it so far, but I still have some fiberglass to grind off. What ****es me off is how absolutely pristine the surrounding areas are, like on the tranny hump and under the seats. The paint looks as fresh as flat grabber blue can possibly be. Oh well... gonna start doing some searches for floor pan replacement, just thought I'd throw up my story.
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    Do you know the cause of the rust? Leaking cowl maybe?? Find the cause of it and fix it or it'll eventually happen again.
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    IMO, that's pretty good. Mustangs are notorious for rusting. I say you did well. Those items are a relative easy fix.
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