Cutlass floor panels

Asked by Aug 08, 2015 at 12:23 PM about the 1986 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

Question type: Car Customization

Hi. I just bought an 86 Cutlass Salon and need to replace the rear floor pans. I can't find floor panels for a Salon even through JC Whittney. What other model (Supreme, 442, etc ) shares body parts with the Salon?  Thanks- Joe

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Your option is make a cardboard template of your floor pan, eithe 1 or 2 piece L/H, R/H. Cut out all bad or rusted floor pan. Be accurate as possible, use cardboard box cardboard. Go to an industrial sheetmetal shop, & not an AC duct shop & have them cut & bend-up the sheetmetal out of 22 gage paint loc material, it's already primered. Make your template 2-3" bent up on the sides. This way the new sheetmetal will drop in & you can pop rivet it in place to the old floor. Be sure to space the 1/8 pop rivets 2-3 inches apart. A pop rivet puller tool is about $20 bucks if you don't have one. If a trans tunnel is needed roll one seperate, with flanges. I did all this to a completly rusted out floor in a Jeep CJ-5. It came out so good & I painted it both sides with truck pickup bed black coating, use a roller to apply.

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