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I am looking to replace the floor pan in my 1965 Pontiac Bonneville convertible. I have found 4 section replacements but not a complete pan. I had heard that the 1965 to 70 Chevy Impala floorpan would work., and those are available as a single pan.  Anyone have any thoughts experience with this? Thanks.....Jeff

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I can't say that I have Jeff. Best thing I would suggest to do would be to take photos of your bare floor pan (ideally) or any that you might find on the internet of '65 Bonneville/Catalina and compare them carefully with the reproduction 65-70 Impala floor pan. You may be right and they maybe one and the same floor pan. Best advise I can give is be thorough comparing the two floor pans before you lay down your hard earned money. Don't be afraid to call the company that sells or manufacturers the Impala pan and ask lots of questions about dimensions, bolt hole locations and diameters, etc.

I would also like to know what you finally determine. Are they or are they not a match?

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