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Dash pads will be in tomorrow and ready to ship on Monday.
It's hard to make out, but it looks like a side marker on the right front fender, which would make it a 68 :)
Here's our first dash we just got in on Friday. I'm going to make a couple of changes, like move the pod forward and down size the gauge opening...
Our hoods boxed weigh 60 pounds.
The way freight company's throw it around, NO. Make sure your boxes are marked FRAGILE and with arrows up.
We should have our first proto dash pad next week for inspection.
Did you go with a manual rack ?
How much are you selling the hood for ?
That is correct. We also make the rest of the interior for it.
We can offer our 67-68 without the vinyl, but it's up to the customer to have it wrapped in leather. I'm sure somewhere down the road I'll do...
You will be able to use 2 1/16 from Autometer and 2 1/8 from Classic instruments. I wondered if someone would ask about the 69-70 and the 65-66...
Here's a sneak peak of the new dash we are making. The gauges will be angled towards the driver.
You can still use the brackets to align your holes even on a 69.
All you need to do is bolt the support brackets on the hinges, then drill up through the holes. It will be in perfect alignment.
Excellent job. I think if you were going through all that work why not do the notched shock towers from Dynacorn ? They would give you a lot more...
I never found it to be any easier to have the glass out on a 69-70. But on a 65-68 it's mandatory.
Our headliners are a lot faster to install compared to the factory ones. If you are doing a 69-70 and wanted to go with the original headliner,...
The 69 -70 seat risers are about 1 1/4 lower that the 65-68 ones. If we have a tall customer and needs extra clearance, we'll switch out the...
I've switched to the 70 style glass and had no problems using the 69 regulator
Bonding the two together no matter what method you use, will still result in cracking later down the road.