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When a C4 (1996) left the factory, what color was the outside of the floor pan?.....I'm referring to the area facing the ground that hangs slightly below either side of the center supports. (the brake lines run along-side of it, front to rear)
Just wondering if it's supposed to be black, primer, or color-keyed to match the exterior paint color of the car.
It seems like the entire outer surface of the floor pan (SMC or fiberglass?) is already tinted red, and not overspray....if that's even possible.
Not sure how the C4 was assembled in its day, but I assumed all the body panels were prepped and painted prior to being attached to the car itself, so I'm not sure where over-spary would even come in contact with the floor pan......but then what do I know, I'm a rookie !
Originally Posted by ghlkal
Wow, that's a good question. I don't know
IIRC there's some body color overspray on the sides of the pan of mine - at least I think it was just overspray and not GM trying to paint them.