Last month, we showed you an E-Body that had its torsion bar crossmember and front floors completely hacked. We couldn’t understand the reasoning for the extent of the hacking, but it was done nonetheless. So, we replaced the crossmember, and now it’s time to tackle the floor. We had thought about repairing the floors with some old road signs and beer cans that we have collected over the years, but decided that this car deserved better. So, proper metal it is. We all know about AMD, and the metal that they have been producing, so it was an easy choice where to get what we needed. The AMD metal has OE-style coverage like the original piece in the car—minus the big cut-outs made by someone. It mates to all surrounding OE panels and pieces with OE dimensions. It even comes with a proper flange on the side to correctly fit with ’70-style rocker panels. It also includes bucket seat, emergency brake cable and speedometer cable brackets. What more could you ask for?
Now all we have to do is get to work. Ok, let’s try that again. Now all we have to do is stand back, and watch the guys at the Installation Center get to work. That sounds better.
Costs for Full Challenger floor (front), PN 400-1570: $499.95