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interiors out ......so lets begin
#1
last month i purchased a MM panhard bar setup from 1phatlsc. parts came in and i thought i was going to have time to do. instead interior pull came first. which is good, cause welding can be done.

first pic is of 007 and a good friend of mine, Robert Rivera. more on him at a later date.

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basically going thru car and taking it all out

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everything gets bagged and tagged, and goes in plastic bins from here.

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lots of pics like this to remember what goes where.

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only thing left in car now is steering wheel, guage cluster and carpet. carpet is now out at this time. with dash gone i can do the heater core i paid someone to do and never was done.

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stuff in trunk is coming out too.

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stay tuned more pic to come in the next few weeks. i reall think you guys will like whats coming down the pike next.
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damn thats gonna be tons of work..
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#3
nah, it isnt that bad. time consuming at the most.
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#4
It might be worth replacing the heater and evaporator cores if you're in that deep. Please keep us posted on how the bar install goes. It looks like a relatively cheap way to locate the rear end without having to redesign everything.
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Quote:It might be worth replacing the heater and evaporator cores if you're in that deep. Please keep us posted on how the bar install goes. It looks like a relatively cheap way to locate the rear end without having to redesign everything.

yep, those are on the agenda to do. also the blower motor while im in there.
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#6
Holly shit, you took the dash out piece by piece? You know that can come out as an assembly right? Makes it a lot easier to take apart on a bench or something.
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Quote:Holly shit, you took the dash out piece by piece? You know that can come out as an assembly right? Makes it a lot easier to take apart on a bench or something.

yeah i know, but when the new dash goes i, some things may be added, deleted or moved around. just give me a bit everyone shall see.
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#8
Vic, seriously consider replacing the blower motor speed controller now if you're doing the blower motor. I've replaced two and they were a bitch to pull every time.
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#9
maybe even a heater core too. its cheap and its right there.
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Quote:nah, it isnt that bad. time consuming at the most.
Having just put my interior back in, I can honestly say that I hope you didn't remove the staples between the package tray and the noise / vapor insulation behind the rear seat back. hat a PITA!~!~!~ to re-do.
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