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Clipper floor pans
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Clipper54
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I am currently looking at a 54 Clipper sedan, drivers floor pan bad, are there available pans or do I need to search salvage yards? Thanks in advance!

Posted on: 2015/9/6 10:33
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NOS drop in floor panels are most likely extinct and I wouldn't hold my breath for any really good salvage cars. They all seem to rust in the same areas but in different amounts.

You might check out Classic 2 Current http://www.c2cfabrication.com and see if they have what you need. Their panels are not perfect but are a starting point and will need some nips and tucks to make fit. Probably the only thing around short of the extreme luck in finding a parts car with better metal than what you have.

Several on the forum have used C2Cs panels and if you do a search you will probably find some blogs. BigKev used them on his 54 and IIRC there are some photos showing what he had to do.

Posted on: 2015/9/6 10:48
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G'day Clipper54,
to PackardInfo.

If you buy the '54 Clipper Sedan I invite you to include it in the Packard Owner's Registry.

Posted on: 2015/9/6 16:07
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Thanks so much for the info Howard!

Posted on: 2015/9/8 8:53
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Invite appreciated Mal, will definitely take you up. I had been looking for another '51 300, my first. Made me love them even more!

Posted on: 2015/9/8 8:54
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Agreed, Classic 2 Current. I have used read lower quarters, front fender panels, Front, mid, and rear pans.

Again, not a perfect drop in fit, you will need to nip and tuck here and there and make final fit finish but they work great.

Posted on: 2015/9/8 16:07
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