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Nice work Leo!!
The forward portion will more than likely end up on that portion. Its almost even with the dash. Hard to tell with the carpet in the car
YY-Mine was mounted in the center of the hump with sheet metal screws. I have my carpet in and was just going to re-install as mine was prior.
Molykote would work as well
I just had mine done and picked them up from the upholstery shop a week ago. The shop had them for 7 weeks. they had them in the box from...
Think that's bad? Year One has a bumper bolt on their site that I needed, needing 14 total for front and back. Each bolt is $7.95. I thought it...
Contact member dart4life here on the forum.
Did the same thing that Flypaper said and called it done
Bob's dash pads are awesome!
Contact Jeff @ 521 restorations
Mike, what are you working on? As far as the grease, Molykote is good to use
I can concur with 69bfan. He helped and treated me right with some roof rail seals and will inquire about my interior
That's who they use. You send the bezel to Gcar and they'll send to Instrument Specialties when done or whatever arrangements you make
I've used them recently. Good service and customer service, repair, calibrated my insturments[ATTACH]
I agree. Have your original sent to Rick or http://wardsclassiccarradiorepair.com/ or www.turnswitch. You can't go wrong with anyone of these....
Got one for my '71. It is just like factory, no issues with it, and Bob has awesome customer service. Spendy yes but worth it but what isn't...
Where did you get that front mount from?
Greg has been restoring them for years and upgrading them for what ever want/need. I know some members and cars that have them and has NO regrets...
While you're there, might not be a bad idea to put something inside to protect the area in front of the wheel well from rust.