Toe boards anyone?

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  1. 79ws6resto

    79ws6resto Veteran Member

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    As far as I've known, toe boards and the pan under the rear seat hasn't been available in reproduction as was the rest of the floorpans.

    I came across this recently and thought I'd share:
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/1970-1981-C...ge_Car_Truck_Parts_Accessories&fits=Year:1977

    A little pricey but nice to know it's available if needed. A "full" floorpan usually runs approximately $100. so basically you're paying another $100. for the toe area and $100. for the under-seat pan.

    I don't know that the center of this piece is simple "cut and paste" for all years....probably '75-'81, pre-catalytic converter.
     
  2. Shizzle

    Shizzle Veteran Member

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    I just picked up both sides from Hoov81 yesterday.
    I will see how well it installs when I get that far.
     
  3. 79ws6resto

    79ws6resto Veteran Member

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    Like the pans in the link?

    Yes, please let us know how it goes.
    Any pix you can post? I'd really like to see the other side and the toe area of this
     
  4. sickfast1964

    sickfast1964 Veteran Member

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    I like those. I would have tried them out. looks like a nice piece
     
  5. Shizzle

    Shizzle Veteran Member

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    Yep looks like the same exact ones. The metal is pretty thick too.
    I will try to get some pic's this weekend. I work on the car over by my Pop's house (Father/Son project, and then I dont have to clutter my garage!)on the weekends.
    The toe kicks look just like stock. I have done floor pans in a bunch of K5 Blazers and the angle of the incline never matched, so hopefully that wont be an issue here.
     
  6. 79ws6resto

    79ws6resto Veteran Member

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    Upon comparing pan designs, I'm thinking the ones in the link are '70-'74 (as far as the center section anyway)
     
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  8. 79ws6resto

    79ws6resto Veteran Member

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    Thanks for confirming Scott.
    Nice piece but I can't shell out that kinda' $ just for the ends I guess ;)
     
  9. 79ws6resto

    79ws6resto Veteran Member

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    Here's (borrowed) pix from a guy that bought one of the pans (Sherman)

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