Okay chaps, let me try and phrase this without sounding like a total cowboy/cheapskate/bodger.
1999 Mk4, and the door card seals have well and truly expired. Despite several attempts to seal them up, water is still pouring in.
The carpet and underlay have been binned because they were totally rotten, and I've been relying on a large syringe to remove the water from the bare floorpan every morning after it rains. The car is parked facing downhill every night so it always pools at the very front of the footwells.
We've all seen that African TopGear where a .303 bullet is used to drain theirs...
So I want a drain hole going through the floorpan in each footwell. I'd simply drill one but am slightly concerned about it whistling at driving speeds, and rusting.
Are there any proper products out there for this? Preferably some kind of drain plug which can be properly sealed in place to prevent rusting around the edges, but still be operated quickly from the top.
Surely the offroad crowd must have a similar problem.