Brand new Kadett C boot floor pan's for sale

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Brand new Kadett C boot floor pan's for sale

Postby ni_kadett » 06 Mar 2007, 20:06

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I can get these floor pans brand new but can someone please confirm that they are for the kadett c coupe. I can't really tell with mine as theres that much sound deading on it!
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Postby 1000er » 06 Mar 2007, 20:52

the floor for the coupe is the same as for the limousine, so it should fit!
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Postby ni_kadett » 06 Mar 2007, 21:03

well the pan in the picture is for a Holden Gemini Coupe. I was looking at the pan for sale on dr mantas and they seem different...
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Postby Mantadoc » 06 Mar 2007, 23:44

Looks different to me too, the end nearest the front of the car looks to go down and not up, and the area over the exhaust looks to be flat topped instead of domed, doesn't mean it's not a good start, you could do with a grid laid out for the outer dimensions, to see if rear panel and quarter panels / wheelarches line up, but how much are they? Are they cheap enough to carve up? If cheap enough might well be interested as could be a reasonable starting point.

What else can you get? Coupe quarters??
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Postby ni_kadett » 07 Mar 2007, 00:24

http://www.scottsoldautorubber.com.au/Holden%20Gemini%201975-85%20TX-TC-TD-TE-TF-TG.htm

Theres the website there, its an aussie site. I am looking to import some stuff i have out in austraila, so ill be hiring a unit to ship everything home, so i though why not stuff it for of parts! Maybe be could organise a group buy or something...
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