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hi guys has anybody removed 69 dash pad !is it very difficult !its faded and chunks off it missing !i always believed my moms chihauhau bit them off 40 yrs ago ! but were not sure !



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Unfortunately,

for 1969/70 the pad is molded on to the frame.

One piece.

I feel your pain,

Mine cracked, just by sitting in the super dry body shop for 4 months.

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thx  abc



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well abc 123 i guess i will liv with it it really doesnt bother me but i have lots of time and thought i would do something with it but it can stay the way it is !i have a parts car with a good pad thats why i wondered 

 



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If you remove the other dash, take your time.

A good dash is precious like a diamond but as brittle as a stale loaf of bread.

I would cover the good one up to preserve it.

The whole change is not that hard, once you get past the interment cluster.

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well when it warms up a bit !i will try gettin it off the parts car !brittle like stale bread !very colerful comparrison haha thx again 



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