Floor To Firewall Extension 1965-1970

CJ's Part Number: M126-V

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Product Description

Floor to Firewall Extension for 1965-1970 Mustangs.

Also called a "toe-board", this sheet metal extension piece connects the front of your floor pan to the bottom of the firewall. This is included with the firewall panel. Dimensions are 18"x22".

*Will require slight modifications to fit 1967-1970 Mustangs.

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Product Reviews

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Part is designed for 65/66 but works on 67-70 with work
I have used several of these on 67-70 cars I have worked on. I have had to just cut and use what I needed from them. The golden rule of restoration is to preserve as much factory metal as possible which means only cut as much factory metal away as you can get away with. I do not recommend cutting out an area the size of this panel as that creates more work in the end--especially if you are using it on 67-70.

This part is an exact match for a 65/66. Unfortunately this patch is not reproduced for 67-70 models because the contours are SIMILAR on all firewalls 64.5-70. With that said, expect to do some minor modification/fitting if you have a 67-70. If you have a 65/66 expect a nice fit.

If you require perfection or need more than this panel can cover, the full firewall is available for 64.5-66, 67/68, 69/70 and they fit quite well. You can use the whole thing or cut from it what you need.
Chris from PA December 1, 2014
heavy gauge sheet metal-very pleased with this item
florida chris August 30, 2014
worked perfectly on 66
everything fit my 66 coupe perfectly fine! Thanks!
Dennis August 28, 2014
Lots of work
(Passengers side)
Bought this panel for a 67 Fastback, and just like all the other reviews say; It is off by about an inch in every direction. Too wide to fit the car, and the angled toe board portion (between the floor slope to the firewall slope) is too long for car. I will be sectioning this panel in order to get a good fit. The Firewall contours are off as well, they are again about an inch too long, I am hoping when I order the firewall patch panel that the contours will line up between these two panels..if not, more sectioning required...Save yourself some sanity, spend the extra cash and buy the whole firewall panel. Cut out what you need and use that...I know next time I'll be going that route..
Mitch May 27, 2014
Fit OK for me
I used this on my '66 fastback. I did not need the contour around the opening for the steering column which made fitting easy. I gave it a four-star because I believe nothing is perfect.
Bob March 24, 2014
No Good For 68
As mentioned in other reviews requires excessive work to make fit on 68-70. Some contours aren't even present, and those that are present are off by roughly an inch from where they need to be. Hope it fits better on earlier Mustangs. Would strongly advise AGAINST this product for my 68-70 friends.
Nate Hughes June 23, 2013
Some shaping to do.
The top portion of this panel does not fit well around the opening for the steering column and the speedo cable. Though saving as much metal as I could on the firewall and some persuasive hammering on the panel I finally got a passable fit on my 69 coupe.
Anthony May 18, 2013
requires extensive hammer and dolly work around column and tunnel only use what u need may work better on 65-68 but not real easy to fit on 69-70 metal is good quality and plenty thick
August 6, 2012
slight modification
These do require modification for cars with torque boxes. And the contours around the top where it meets the firewall were not particularly close for my 69, especially around the steering column firewall mount and speedo cable opening. It required a lot of hammer/dolly work in that area. The outer edge (left side on a drivers toe-board) has a lip that is bent frontwards that will have to be reversed or simply cut off to fit over where the upper torque box meets the rocker. Also, easiest to cut it in half to do the work. Leave as much good metal on your car as possible and just trim the new toe-board to replace only the damaged areas, which for me were the area immediately between the upper torque box piece and the toe-board.
Ray March 26, 2012
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