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Question: How to safely remove 67-68 Dash Pad

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Found an excellent black Riviera dash pad in a car I found at a car sitting for years.  Not cracked, probably should be vinyl sprayed to use. I want to remove it without damaging it.  My 66 Wildcat has 2 pins in the lower corners where it turns down but there are visible screws as well.  Need some tips for safe removal before I dig in and start.  This car also has power window electrical parts. 

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67 or 68?

Two very different pads.

67 is easy. Phillips screws above cluster and 2 or 3 nuts behind glove box. There are reproduction pads for 67.

Not sure about 68. That appears difficult 

 

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Pretty much the same for a '68 Mr. Paul - removing glove box, ash tray, radio and front speaker and grill, will give better access to most of the hex nuts and hidden fasteners !

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