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Thanks to Dickson who sold me the console, and to Ed Rials who sold me the shifter plate, Old Yeller now has a new 1965 center console. Also thanks to those of you who gave tips such as using a hot nail to burn through the carpet before drilling the holes for the screws. I used the cutting torch to get the nail red hot, and it worked like a charm. Also, thanks to Johnpro for setting me straight on the wiring....You guys are the greatest. Thanks!http://pic4.picturetrail.com/VOL53/811984/inbox/39156.jpg :) :) :)
 

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Looks nice. Somebody truly gifted must have restored that console....hehe :: ;) Dickson
 

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What's the hot nail trick? sounds interesting.......I'll be puting down new carpet in the fall.
 
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Couldn't one just use a cheap pencil-type soldering iron? It seems like it would be more straitforward.
 
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