This forum is really un-believable - sure glad that I found it. Got myself my first Mopar, a 1967 Belvedere Convertible, and I've got plans to get it fixed up and back on the road. The car is in really good shape, but as most of the cars that I've seen on here, the floors are technically "not there" . . . My plans for the car, after reading a lot on this forum, and knowing what I like . . - fix the floor pans in the car - add sub-frame connectors since this is a convertible - engine plans are a 5.7L Hemi - transmission plans are Tremec 5 speed ( was an auto car - have parts that I may sell ) - thinking of mini tubs for the wheel wells ( hope that works with a convertible ? ) - all my trim moldings will probably be removed to make it a clean look ( might be selling my complete set ) - really love the look of a deep dish wheel in back with good size tire but not too big - keeping the k-member for now, but hope to upgrade later to a tubular type "upgrade" - eventually going to discs up front, not sure about in back yet - time will tell Here's what I've got to start with ( pics from the welcome wagon if you saw them ) Best shot of the car that I've got now Here's the bad part of the body that'll need to be replaced Passenger Floor pan ( or lack there of ) Driver's Floor pan ( or lack there of ) Rear Seat floor behind the driver That's my starting point . . . I've made progress from here, ans will update pictures shortly.