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Just wondering everyones opinions about which place has better reproduction floor pans. If one is a liitle more money but worth it?? Thanks

Brian

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I have normally purchased sheet metal from Canadian Mustang.If you can get the floors made in North America rather than the black ones made in Tiawan you will have less problems fitting them.The North American ones are more expensive but cheaper in the long run as the quality is there.


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Got some from restoremustangs.com, not bad and not painted black. Of course haven't had to order anymore from somebody else either. Just my 2 cents.

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Just got both from Paddock here in Indiana and they look good. I did some measuring but have not cut out my old ones yet. They are good thickness and close to home helped in decision. And they say American Designers, not "Foreign".
 

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I ordered the floor panels from cj pony parts in Penn. Had them professionally installed and they came out great. Body shop guy said he had no problem with the fit, and i would estimate the thinkness of the metal to be very close to the original

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I ordered full length pans from Laurel Mountain, they are the black coated Taiwan pans. I had no problems what soever with the fit, and thought the thickness was good.

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