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Don't risk cracking or scuffing them. I don't think it is possible anyway cuz the end edges of the moldings fit under the metal panel.
 

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I have removed them without removing the dash. I just wiggled them out of there.
If you want to be extra careful loosen the dash pad top. This is done with a row of screws under the padding and I think the end caps may have to come off as well on the sides. The dash top, pad and metal piece, is removable without removing the dash assembly.
 

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Thanks for the info. I found a parts car with intact interior and want to buy the trim. On my '73 I'm doing a total tear down, so I pulled the dash face, pad, and metal top all as one unit.
 

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Hey! When are you going to get that thing off of the trailer and show us what it looks like?
 

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Fordication said:
Hey! When are you going to get that thing off of the trailer and show us what it looks like?
No photos until after media blasting. Look away, i'm hideous! I pulled the engine/tranny last weekend. Front steering/suspension and rear end is the majority of what I have left now. I plan on making it look like a Sports Coupe when it's all said and done.
 
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