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Has anyone here ever started or did a restoration on a late model Cordoba? I have yet to see a thread on one here. Mine is tired and needs to be done.
Hey, OTR, you gonna sell off any of your interior stuff? I'm thinking specifically about those swanky door panels. I like them way better than the ones I have.
I would like to find away to reverse it where the mph is on top and km/h was bottom.
http://www.allpar.com/forums/topic/86894-questions-about-interior-of-chrysler-cordoba/valiant67, on Dec 28 2006, 05:46 AM, said:
Yes, these 2 drs, 4 dr and wagons used the same basic setup, but I beleive that adds a couple new variations. Some of those other cars used a clock in the dash in place of where the optional tachometer went. This was not an option on the Cordoba (their clocks were mounted above the glove box). Plus when equipped in police trim, the Coronet/Monaco and Fury had a 120 mph speedometer.120 MPH police speedo? The B bodies 1978 on down used a 140 MPH unit. The St Regis, etc. R body police vehicles had a 125 MPH speedometer I believe.