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jakecr8n
    
How much floorboard can I use from a 4 door 57 Chevy to fix a 2 door?
I have a 4 door 57 which I've decided to part out for my 2 door and sell the rest(if much is left). The floor in the 2 door is..well, gone. Can I cut out the floor in the 4 door to use on the 2 door? If so, how much will work?
posted: March 26, 2009
 
    
 
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corvetteali
    
Have you seen this site before? Provides a lot of information
www.trifive.com/garage/1957%20Chevy%20Index.htm
posted:  March 27, 2009
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bigblueford
    
I believe that the floor pans are very close between the 2 door and 4 door body styles. The exception is convertibles, which I think is different in the back seat area. Of course, there is differences between the 2 door and four door around the door mounting post for the rear doors if your working in that area of the floor.
www.rustrepair.com for repair panels and diagrams.
posted:  March 30, 2009
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