On the '70-72 dash bezels, I always pull the dash. On a factory no AC car, if you have the steering column out, and the seats out, you might be able to configure your body so can get the bezel out while leaving the dash asm in.
To remove the large molded dash, I personally prefer an empty front floor board, just the carpet. Many years ago, I chipped the leading edge of an undamaged but dry molded dash on a bare automatic shifter. Since that day I even remove the floor shifter before carefully folding the dash down on my lap.
I am considering grafting the rear seat speaker and grill assembly from a big body Pontiac onto my 64 GTO's rear seat-back frame to accommodate something Pontiac never offered - a rear seat speaker into a 64 GTO convertible. Has anyone ever heard of this being done? I can get my hands on a...
Anyone know if this dash clock will fit a 1970 GTO?
eBay Motors: 1970 70 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX RALLY CLOCK IT WORKS LQQK NR (item 270311060739 end time Dec-07-08 17:57:52 PST)
I'm also searching for a hood tach with the harness and possibly a walnut steering wheel. Both for a 70 GTO
Need to replace my package tray (68 GTO coupe). Please tell me this can be done without removing the rear seatback. Obviously I need to remove some of the surrounding trim and the door cards, not afraid of that. Seems like the only bit that may be caught by the seatback is the flap that droops...