The black pebble grain bezel was used on '70 and 71 233 series A body's.
The GTO in '70 received the '70 wood grain appliqué bezel with swirled inserts along the bottom. The correct swirled insert pieces include the rh piece which has a narrow swirled piece that looks like an add on above the radio opening. That particular swirl appliqué is avail in repro form, as well is a cheaper swirl appliqué that the swirls are too small in diameter
Rally guages and clock, thats good! The bezel itself, is the underlying bezel that a non air '70 or 71 GTO would use. To take a base (black pebble grain) bezel and recreate a 70 GTO bezel, one carefully adds the correct '70 wood grain appliqué and the correct lower swirl inserts. Since your radio area has most likely been cut out for an aftermarket radio, it can either be repaired, or the bezel replaced with a nice used bezel, or the reproof which is made by the Parts Place. Personally, I refuse to use any reproduction part that is produced through the PartsPlace.
I just purchased a 68 GTO convertible and it came with a parade boot.
I cannot figure out how to attach this boot yet.
How does the boot attach at the front of the boot (top of the back seat). It appears that this does not have snaps or anything that will secure this. My concern is that wind...
This is my first post and I am in need of some advice. I had the headliner installed on my 64 and it looks great. I am now ordering the plastic trims for the front and rear windows and the package tray ends.
First question do the trims stay black or are they body color?
Does anyone know if 67 headrests will work on 68 seats? I always though they weren't available on a 68 but apparently they were an option? I can get I think all the correct parts from OPGI but i have no idea how to install or if it will even work.
Any advice would be awesome.
Anyone have a picture of what the firewall pad and wire harness is supposed to look like? Does the harness go in front of the two uprights and go over the gauges? Wiper motor wires, do they go under the firewall pad and through the grommet or do I cut a hole in new pad (there isn't one...