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dash removal and installation

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I have just finished repairing my 1972 two-piece dash and want to remove the 1974 one piece in my car and replace it with this. Anyone have any good information step by step on how to remove and install??I know it's going to be a big job but up for it.

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Ray

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And there is a faq on repairing the heater box. It is a good time to do this once the dash is out.

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Thanks for the articles and advice. I actually did not repair the crack because there is no good way to do that, what I did was find really decent top and bottom and matched them up. The metal tabs that the bolts go through that hold the top to the bottom were history so I did a glue/weld retrofit to it and now the dash is together and ready to install. I figured it was best to have a period 1972 with the correct lettering even though it had a crack like them all. Thanks again,

Ray

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Ray,

e-mail sent. I have removed many dashes. Let me know if I can help. I'm local.

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