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    Default Goodmark full floor pans or split style for 69 camaro.

    I'm getting ready to order the floors for my 69 camaro, I see Goodmark has a full style which comes complete or the split style. I'm not sure which would be better. The full style is cheap enough for $400 shipped. just wanted some opinions.

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    Vinnie.

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    If you need most of the floors, the full one-piece is the way to go. Totally worth it for a solid, clean, finished look. Just be sure you brace the body. Good luck!
    Ron
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    Quote Originally Posted by redfire69 View Post
    If you need most of the floors, the full one-piece is the way to go. Totally worth it for a solid, clean, finished look. Just be sure you brace the body. Good luck!
    X2 much nicer repair

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    X3....much easier to slide the full pan in place and weld than fit partials.
    Tim Tracy
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    ^^^^ what they said. I just went with full pan on my 55'. A MUCH cleaner install than the halfs!

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    X4 for the full pan. I didn't, and almost wish I did. I only say "almost" as I did a lot of modifying to my floors anyhow, so the 1 piece still would look all cut up regardless.
    Long Live the Muscle Car

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    X5. Much less work to just do the full and a cleaner looking job when done.

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    I would go with full floor, I've put in a few complete floors on camaro's and have always been happy with the results.

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    Default Goodmark full floor pans or split style for 69 camaro.

    Thanks guys I'm definitely going with the full floors. How hard are they to install and how did you brace the body? Also did you do them when the car was on the floor?

    Thanks,
    Vinnie.

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    I am also gonna have to replace floors in my 69 camaro. I need the floor pan and trunk. I saw on the camaro central and ground up websites they have a full floor pan one piece $379 and a complete trunk pan $379. I also see they have a complete floor pan, trunk pan, and frame assembly $2,295. Is it really worth the extra to get the actual Complete pans already together with frames. Or just save the money and get a floor pan and trunk pan. From outer appearance my frame rails seem solid.

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    get those parts separately they are easy to put together and save alot of money

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    Not enough labor savings to justify the extra cost of the pans as a complete unit and just with the frame rails attached. Shipping on that sucker is likely a large part of the cost for them and also more for you.
    Tim Tracy
    68 Camaro 496 / T56 - Never Finished
    68 Camaro Real Z/28 - Under Restoration
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    if you buy the whole floor that saves time of scraping 40 years crude off the bottom side





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