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#1 (permalink) Old 07-17-2012, 09:10 AM
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Floor Pans

Hey guys my 300D is like Flintstone mobile lol Where can i get replacement pans to the driver and passenger sides. Mainly the toe board/firewall area to under the front seats.
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'76-'85 FULL FLOOR PAN, DRIVER'S SIDE

'76-'85 FULL FLOOR PAN, PASSENGER'S SIDE

'76-'85 FRONT FLOOR PANEL, DRIVER'S SIDE

'76-'85 FRONT FLOOR PANEL, PASSENGER'S SIDE

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These appear to be affordable solutions but I know from experience that they don't fit very well. I sent my floor pan back.

It is a case of you get what you pay for - as of last week Mercedes have only 62 of the left hand side sedan floors left. They'll not be making anymore apparently. They cost the best part of 500 euros a piece.

1981 300D (non turbo) 123.130 => Project car - stripped to the bone

1992 190E 1.8 <=>2.0 201.018 => This car shouldn't be in bits too
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Thanks here my options are pretty limited. Trying to amass parts so my father can mail me a box of junk.
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Try K & K Manufacturing/Sparta, MI. I know they used to deal 'em...
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These appear to be affordable solutions but I know from experience that they don't fit very well. I sent my floor pan back.

It is a case of you get what you pay for - as of last week Mercedes have only 62 of the left hand side sedan floors left. They'll not be making anymore apparently. They cost the best part of 500 euros a piece.
Yikes @ 500 euro each they better be gold plated

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Yikes @ 500 euro each they better be gold plated
Sorry to break the news - they're not gold plated. I have been told that they are way better made than the klokkerholm ones though.

I don't know for sure but I get the feeling that if you lived in an area with high labour rates (like Holland) and you were paying someone to weld it in for you; you'd be better off getting the Mercedes part. I've been told it would take a lot less time to make it fit. (I was told this by a metal working guru over on metalmeet.com)

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