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Old 03-01-2016, 01:52 PM   #1  
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Default 92 GT Convertible - NEW torque boxes?

Hey, is there a source for replacement torque boxes? I see plenty on reinforcements but want to go new. Need to get the REALLY rusty pieces replaced.

Will most likely replace full floor pans on both sides at same time. The car has been setting for maybe 5-years and is pretty crusty. Needs a top and paint as well. No exterior body rust. 91k, the engine is very good.

I searched the forums and found a lot on reinforcements, but not replacements.

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