Proper Body Mount 68 Wildcat Conv -- Trunk Pan

Discussion in 'A boatload of fun' started by bostoncat68, Apr 17, 2017.

  1. bostoncat68

    bostoncat68 Well-Known Member

    Want to be sure I order the right replacements. Getting some rot removed from Big Cat's trunk. The worst spot is right around the left/right rear body mounts -- right behind the rear wheels (no doubt salt used to get tossed right there). These won't likely survive the removal process. Is this the right replacement? http://www.oldbuickparts.com/cart/body-mount-1967-74-buick-12-od-p-4469.html

    Thanks!!
     
  2. bostoncat68

    bostoncat68 Well-Known Member

    I'm sure someone knows??
     
  3. flynbuick

    flynbuick Super Moderator Staff Member

    Ask Wild Bill or Ted.
     
  4. SpecialWagon65

    SpecialWagon65 Ted Nagel

    I'm looking at it - it looks close.
    What are you doing for the metal part?
     
  5. bostoncat68

    bostoncat68 Well-Known Member

    I'm having someone one locally replicate the damaged pocket and the area right around it. Unfortunately, no one makes a repair panel-- at least that I'm aware of. It would be faster of I could use something that was pre-made. The Chevy Impala, the closest B body with panels available, doesn't seem very close when it comes to trunk pan.
     
  6. Topcat

    Topcat Got TORQUE?

    Looks like it should work.......diameter might be a little small.

    Peace WildBill
     
  7. bostoncat68

    bostoncat68 Well-Known Member

  8. RATT7

    RATT7 Well-Known Member

    Im not sure if these are the mounts you are talking about, but the rear mounts at the truck where finished on my 70 Electra. I had to purchase the mounting plate for a full size 1970 Chev and cut them down a little bit and some fab work, but it worked well. The trunk mounts were for 70 chev impala and had to be slightly modified.
     

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  9. bostoncat68

    bostoncat68 Well-Known Member

    Nice solution. I was lucky enough to have a great guy local to me here in Mass that made them. I had more damage than you in that same area of the floor
     
  10. RoadShark

    RoadShark Well-Known Member

    The "exact replacement" set for my '67 Riv were…um….not exact. It appeared to be a mix of A and B-body pieces. I marked the ones that need to be cut down with a large tubing cutter and then cut them with a fine-toothed hacksaw blade. Came out pretty good.

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  11. RATT7

    RATT7 Well-Known Member

    I was able to get the mounts from energy suspension, I cant remember which 1970 buick they where for, but the fit was close to the original. In the pictures you can see the old mounts compared to the new ones.
     

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  12. bostoncat68

    bostoncat68 Well-Known Member

    I ultimately used the CARS mounts with good success
     

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