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I have not gone thru the interieor yet, just superficial stuff.The po cut the dash where the radio goes, i copied some of the pics that have been posted, but if any one can hold a ruler to, or give me some basic measurments so i can eventualy repair the damage it would be greatly apreceiated. Boy there are some absolutly beautifull dashes here.
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I have not gone thru the interieor yet, just superficial stuff.The po cut the dash where the radio goes, i copied some of the pics that have been posted, but if any one can hold a ruler to, or give me some basic measurments so i can eventualy repair the damage it would be greatly apreceiated. Boy there are some absolutly beautifull dashes here.
Jim, if you would like I can trace the '49 radio (mine has someone trimmed to put in a modern deck) and the speaker, Let me know if you would like it and let me know where I can send it to.
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Here is the way that I will be trimming the upper section of my dash...not sure if I will carry it through to the door panels like Foose did but the dash cover is definitely planned. I have an extra 56 dash that is out of the truck that I will be using to make a fiberglass overlay to give the the upholstery shop, that way it will be easier to install and/or remove if necessary.
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Alright, I know I'm being lazy but it's like 4 degrees outside right now, lol

Only difference is I cleaned up the floor, removed the old air-brake gauge, and washed off the dust.

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I do however have this awesome decal on the middle of it I was to find a way to keep:
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lol probably nothing you where interested in seeing, but there it is
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You could have another decal made up to replace that one...I doubt if they could match the patina though.
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I'm going to try a hair blower to soften the glue and fishing line to cut it off. I might just have to protect it and paint around it. If it wasn't original I probably would sand it off lol , its just cool from its history
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Where did you get the steering wheel?? It's great! my 53 has all the ***** on the dash also, don't know If I'll hook them up, but planning to replace the key ignition with a push start.



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