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Old 06-29-2022, 11:09 PM   #21
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Yeah, I agree, for long term fix replacing the compromosed metal would be best. Any idea where I might find a good trink floor. It doesn't exactly have to match, as long as it is close. I think any 1955-1962 (or so) full sized Mercury or Ford trunk floor should be fairly close and could be cut, trimmed or otherwise modified to fit?
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Old 06-29-2022, 11:45 PM   #22
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Guess what else?

If the trunk pan is perforated as shown, the vehicle will draw carbon dioxide ...

... into it going down the road, same as a bad deck lid gasket.
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Guess what else?

If the trunk pan is perforated as shown, the vehicle will draw carbon dioxide into it going down the road, same as a bad deck lid gasket.
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I totally (cough, cough) missed that!
Maybe you need to check your trunk pan. Feeling a little drowsy are we...
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What? You're telling me that my wagon has a trunk? Hooda thunk?
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What? You're telling me that my wagon has a trunk? Hooda thunk?
That's my mission here, to keep you guys informed ...

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Absent replacing the metal, maybe a couple of layers of fibreglass mat will add some rigidity and fill the holes.
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