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    32 cab floor advise

    I trying to find out the best way to make a floor for my 32 Model B pickup cab. The cab is GRP with no floor. The options I am thinking of so far is either a metal floor but then not sure how to attach this to grp. A wood floor and surrounding it with fibreglass which could then fibreglass into the cab (inside) or a grp floor using core matt for thickness and strength.

    Any tips greatly received and appreciated.


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    Quote Originally Posted by brading View Post
    It has, many thanks. Shame Steve’s photos are not available.


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    Wonder if this is what was refered to in the thread.

    Steel Away 1.jpgSteel Away 2.jpgSteel Away 3.jpg

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    For some reason cannot load up the door article. If you would like a copy of the doors article PM me an email address.

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    I’ve used plywood in the last couple of cars I’ve built. 3/4 marine ply, glassed in around the edges then a layer of glass top and bottom. May not be the ‘professional’ way of doing it, but it did the job for me.

    I also put a frame in as shown in the other post, to stiffen it all up.

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    Last edited by Paul B; 27-12-19 at 10:18 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul B View Post
    I’ve used plywood in the last couple of cars I’ve built. 3/4 marine ply, glassed in around the edges then a layer of glass top and bottom. May not be the ‘professional’ way of doing it, but it did the job for me.

    I also put a frame in as shown in the other post, to stiffen it all up.

    CD74E9D6-A4EC-46D1-BAD7-AFC255059E67.jpeg
    Great, thanks for information and photo


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    Here are the pictures for the doors.

    Steel Away 4.jpgSteel Away 5.jpg

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