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Hi does anyone have any tip on removing parcel shelf I have removed rear seat but still can’t get it out ?
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Having a '68, I will be interested in the responses you get here.
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Hi does anyone have any tip on removing parcel shelf I have removed rear seat but still canít get it out ?
I was able to replace mine without even taking out the rear seatback... just had to remove the sail panels and yank up the hanging vinyl bit that hung behind the seatback. Then it just lifted out. Pushed in the new parcel shelf and stuffed the hanging vinyl bit behind the seatback using trim tools.
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Hi does anyone have any tip on removing parcel shelf I have removed rear seat but still can’t get it out ?
I was able to replace mine without even taking out the rear seatback... just had to remove the sail panels and yank up the hanging vinyl bit that hung behind the seatback. Then it just lifted out. Pushed in the new parcel shelf and stuffed the hanging vinyl bit behind the seatback using trim tools.
. By sail panel are you referring to back quarter panels?
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Hi does anyone have any tip on removing parcel shelf I have removed rear seat but still can’t get it out ?
I was able to replace mine without even taking out the rear seatback... just had to remove the sail panels and yank up the hanging vinyl bit that hung behind the seatback. Then it just lifted out. Pushed in the new parcel shelf and stuffed the hanging vinyl bit behind the seatback using trim tools.
. By sail panel are you referring to back quarter panels?
You guys are talking about the metal package panel that so far is not made or the cardboard speaker panel ? If it's the metal I think some have used s Chevrolet piece . Doug
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. By sail panel are you referring to back quarter panels?
No, the cardboard bits covered by vinyl that are behind the rear windows. (Interior trim, not metal.) If ya'll are talking about metal and not trim than may god save your souls.
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Yeah I mean the cardboard tray so I need to remove interior panels at the rear to get it out then?
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Yeah I mean the cardboard tray so I need to remove interior panels at the rear to get it out then?
That is affirmative. Annoying work but straightforward, they can all come out without even removing the seatback or seat cushion (unlike on some other cars).
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