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    Posted: 11-October-2017 at 8:34AM
If I have to cut it out myself?

Got a reply from the guy parting the 77 Ranchero, he is willing to sell the floor if I cut it, and he wants me to make an offer. I honestly have no clue what a fair price is. I know what I want to pay but I don't want to offer that if it is way low.

Found out that the big local classic yard Deer Valley Auto Parts wants $850 for a full Ranchero floor with them doing the work. For that price I think I will stay with the Mustang floor pans if I can't get a floor cheaper.

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Fwiw,I got a complete, rust-free, floor for my '73 GTS off of eBay about 4 yrs ago for $150, shipping included via greyhound about 5 yrs ago. But, that was 5 yrs ago........
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