rust on 1970 custom10

Asked by Feb 13, 2017 at 08:31 PM about the 1970 Chevrolet C/K 10

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

there's a lot of bad rust in the cab on the floor like
where the door meets the floor. both sides are bad
rusted, some spots are completely eaten threw and
you can see the ground threw it. there's also some
rust holes on the front wheel wells. how could i fix
and/or replace the rusted spots? thanks

7 Answers


I would look for good used body parts but the floor can probably be replaced. I would check with a place like this but there are lots of others ----- c10-parts.htm

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Through not threw.....

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Thanks not thx bob..... I appreciate the info F_O_R


Bob is our resident spelling authority but he also knows cars.

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Go on line and your best bet is to weld in new pans...

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Try and find another cab. Yours sounds like it will take a LOT of time in rust repairs. If you prefer to fix what you have, then look for patch panels, floor pans, and door channels, then either weld them in or use a non-weld kit to attach them ( But take it from experience, if you have a lot of rot on your cab, it's quicker and cheaper to swap it out.

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Just trying to make questioners look as smart as they really are.

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