Floor Pan Kit - Street Rod Style - Front - Ford
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Replaces the front floor from the bottom of the toe board back 29 inches and completely from side to side. Includes left and right floor pans, inner floor braces, inner rocker panels and the driveshaft tunnel.
Made with the street rodder in mind, these are not copies of the original factory floor pans. They are flatter than the original floors to allow you more options when you are selecting seats. All are constructed of 18 gauge steel and all the flat sections have strengthening ribs stamped into them. Sold only as 3 major kits to completely replace the interior floor.
Some listed sheet metal parts have multiple applications and may require minor cutting or modification to accommodate your particular vehicle. All sheet metal requires fitting for proper placing. With the exception of fender skirts, all sheet metal requires welding to accomplish installation. Painted or otherwise modified sheet metal is not returnable regardless of the reason.
WARNING This product can expose you to chemicals including Cadmium which is known to the State of California to cause cancer on birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, visit www.p65warnings.ca.gov
|Base Part Number||19419|
|MAC's Legacy #||8A-7011135-FP|
|Make / Model||Series||Body||Notes||Year|
|Make / Model Ford||Series||Body||Notes||Year 1949, 1950, 1951|
|Make / Model Ford Full Size Ford||Series||Body||Notes||Year 1949, 1950, 1951|