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post #1 of 7 Old 01-13-2013, 01:24 AM Thread Starter
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What should I expect to pay for new floorpans??

After looking at the pics most would probably tell me to get another Spirit, but even though this car is a base model, she's special. This is my first car. It followed me through high school, college, and the Navy where she finally died due to a bad rod bearing. Not wanting to let go, I brought her back home with full military honors like a fallen comrade. She's been silent for 3 years now. My '93 base model Spirit is what got me hooked on TD's and led me to buy my R/T. Anyway, I may have to replace most of the sheet metal, but I want to do this right so if I were to ask someone to cut me out new floorpans and rockers from another AA body (preferable one that's been in a front end collision. I wouldn't think of cutting up a perfectly good one.), how much do you think I should expect to pay? BTW, I don't know anyone with a set so I'll entertain offers from anyone with a parts car. Here's the pics of my car:

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Re: What should I expect to pay for new floorpans??

Go ask this guy to sell you the whole car

'89-'95 DODGE SPIRIT, CHRYSLER LEBARON, PLYMOUTH ACCLAIM (PARTING OUT)

Being in cleveland it may be rusty too but worth a shot and pretty close.

Here's another one to check out too:

1992 Dodge Spirit ES

Buying a part out car and taking what you need then sell the rest would be a great way to run and fund your project.
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Re: What should I expect to pay for new floorpans??

I would charge at least 150$ to extricate those pans, & section of rocker(s??)
from a donor car that was going to be junked..

it would take AT LEAST 6-8 hours to get out, proly mor like 10..
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Re: What should I expect to pay for new floorpans??

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Go ask this guy to sell you the whole car

'89-'95 DODGE SPIRIT, CHRYSLER LEBARON, PLYMOUTH ACCLAIM (PARTING OUT)

Being in cleveland it may be rusty too but worth a shot and pretty close.

Here's another one to check out too:

1992 Dodge Spirit ES

Buying a part out car and taking what you need then sell the rest would be a great way to run and fund your project.
Thanks, I'll keep it in mind. I would need a buddy to help me out though as I don't have the space for another whole car which is why I was just trying to buy the rockers and pans. Yes I do need the replacement rockers to be full length on both sides.
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I would charge at least 150$ to extricate those pans, & section of rocker(s??)
from a donor car that was going to be junked..

it would take AT LEAST 6-8 hours to get out, proly mor like 10..
Do you have a set??
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Re: What should I expect to pay for new floorpans??

no sry just letting ya know what I would ask for such a "part" . . .
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Re: What should I expect to pay for new floorpans??

Thanks. If anyone has a parts car and is willing to cut out the floor pans, please let me know. Meantime I'll keep looking on my own.
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