Removing a Car Floor

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In this week’s demonstration, Craig Hopkins removes the floor from a 1967 Chevy Chevelle. Once he’s finished cutting it away and lifted the body off the table, he’ll be ready to install a new floor in one solid piece.

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8 Responses to “Removing a Car Floor”
  1. Michael

    That was the whole video? I have done many of these and could have done a video 1000 times better than that. No one will learn a single thing from that video.

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  2. Jon

    This was 2 min of my life that I will never get back. Is this an example of your videos? If so cancel me please

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  3. Andrew Estrada

    I noticed you did not install any bracing before cutting the floor out. You’re not worried about the body bending out of shape while the floor is out?

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      Hi Andrew,

      The bars placed under the rockers and being securely attached to the lift prevent the body from bending.
      Also note, there is very little weight to the remains of the body at this point so much less prone to any unwanted bending.

      Thanks,

      Mark
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