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Replaced the bezel on the instrument cluster, and repainted the needles while I was at it. I thought I would never get the nuts off the backside of the lower dash trim panel. They were 11/16ths, and I couldn't find that size wrench or deep well socket anywhere. Fortunately, I found a nut driver that worked, after I beat the crud out of my arms trying to get it in position. Lots of scrapes and cussing later, the coupe interior is starting to shape up.

James

1965 convertible "White Pony", my own lesson in mechanical humility
1968 coupe "Jedstang" for the soon to be 16 y/o boy
 

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I remember doing my interior. I used a lot of short nasty words and has cuts and scrapes all over. At one point I had 26 cuts on one hand alone.... All very small scrapes. But the result was worth the agony in the shower...

Go on, make it great! Good luck!

Columbo

First time rolling restoration, 66 289 nearing completion.
 
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