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I just started working on a car again that I have had for over 20 years. It has been sitting for about 10 years (outside unfortunately). While clearing out the critters, and cleaning out the funk I discovered that the driver side floor pans are a little squishy. After a few hours of searching, I have discovered that there are no replacements available. (I know you guys are SHOCKED). So the question is how do I fix this? My first thought was to have some replacements made up, but was worried that I would be able to afford the new floor, and no other parts for a bit. My next thought was to get some Mustang floor pans and tweak them a bit.
Anyone know if Mustang Fox Body floors will fit a Thunderbird? Any other thoughts or suggestions?
 

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I imagine the Mustang front floor sections would fit, but the longer wheelbase or the thunderbird is made up in the rear floorpan sections, so if they are soft behind the front seats, you may be better off just fabricating new ones.
 
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