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    Pictures of drivers side floor

    Hello everyone
    I need some help. I am looking for what holds down the wooden floor board on the drivers side floor pan on a 1966MY
    Any pictures would be greatly appreciated
    Is there a part number


    Thank you in advance
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    Hold down plate (901.501.390.00) & floor board weld in bracket: http://www.restoration-design.com/st...H?Search=PP228

    Pedal Board ('83 SC); similar plate/bracket shown under "10mm nut".
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    Quote Originally Posted by 19-911-65 View Post
    Hold down plate (901.501.390.00) & floor board weld in bracket: http://www.restoration-design.com/st...H?Search=PP228

    Pedal Board ('83 SC); similar plate/bracket shown under "10mm nut".
    RD part is for passanger...there is no weld in bracket on the driver side...it`s only a M6 stud.
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    Yes the plate is riveted to the pedal board on drivers side
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    Ill post some photos of my floor pan later so you can see the bare metal...
    Quote Originally Posted by CDOUGLEHMAN View Post
    Hello everyone
    I need some help. I am looking for what holds down the wooden floor board on the drivers side floor pan on a 1966MY
    Any pictures would be greatly appreciated
    Is there a part number


    Thank you in advance
    Doug
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    Here are some photos of 304598, a June 1966 built car. The first are from when I got the car, seven years ago the last from as it was last month...

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    floor__5_.jpg

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    floor__7_.jpg

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    For early cars also on the left (driver) side the (pedal) board is fixed with RD P228. There is nothing riveted to the pedal board at the bottom.

    This is a picture from my Aug 66 model 67 pedal board all original:

    AEC5F481-5334-4885-A04E-68211FBDCB17.jpg

    So I had two RD P228 in my car with washer and nut.
    Only at the right passenger side I had RD P228R. At the left driver side it is like pictured above (thread).

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    Here is a shot of P228 holding in the pedal board:

    floora.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by StephenAcworth View Post
    Here is a shot of P228 holding in the pedal board:

    floora.jpg
    Exactly like mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StephenAcworth View Post
    Here are some photos of 304598, a June 1966 built car. The first are from when I got the car, seven years ago the last from as it was last month...

    floor__4_.jpg




    floor__5_.jpg

    floor__6_.jpg

    floor__7_.jpg

    Work is being done by Rivard Competition... on the site as Rivard...
    Thank you so much for all the replies.

    Is 6mm bolt head on the bottom side of the floor pan?
    Or is it a welded in stud ?
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