105 & 115 Floor Pans
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Wolf Steel
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Left Front Floor: from the seat crossmember forward, two inches up the firewall. Goes up the inner sill 2 inches for easy lap joint. Reaches transmission tunnel.  $145.00 Right Front Floor: from the seat crossmember forward, two inches up the firewall. Goes up the inner sill 2inches for easy lap joint. Reaches transmission tunnel.  $145.00
Left Rear Floor: seat crossmember rearward, Boat Tail, $145 Right Rear Floor: seat crossmember rearward, Boat Tail, $145
Left Upper Rear Floor $75 Right Upper Rear Floor $75

FLOOR DISCUSSION:

What is the difference between my floors and the ones made in Italy? Besides Price? Mine fit better!

98% of my customers just want to cut their weak floors out and replace them with new parts. The Italian floors look good right out of the box but will not fit your car as is unless you are changing the inner sills and replacing them with sills from Italy.

The Italian floors will require removal of their entire outside edge to fit them into your car.Then you are left with no method to attach them. By the time you fabricate an extra angle, weld it to the inner sill, and then finally weld the floor to the angle; the finished job looks like an example of poor planning.

If all you want to do is change floors; buy mine, they are copies of the originals with all the same basic detailing and most importantly I provide a right angle going up the inner sill 2" for a simple lap joint. This makes for a straight forward installation.

Other details. I provide the same detailing in the rust prone forward outside corners; under the driver's left foot and the passenger's right foot, with one important exception; I leave out the huge hole that came with a rubber plug, which leaked and caused all the rust in the first place!

We left out the bulge for a resonator under the driverís right knee. It is flat in that section. 4 cylinder cars do not need 3 mufflers!

Thank you for taking your time to read this and good luck with your project!

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