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01-26-2002 10:03 PM
Roy Newton- exprotech Hay I worked for GM tech for 38 years and know the cars well. Unless you are a pro builder don't even think about it. The two cars are far to differant from each other to work. If you did put the 99 dash in your early model you would have to sit in the back seat. BAADDD IDEA ROY
01-19-2002 05:12 PM
Custom 68 Firebird

I have a 68 firebird that I’m doing a custom restoration on. I’d like to fit the interior of a 99-01 Firebird (dash, center consol, door panels, seats, etc) in my 68. I know there are challenges in getting these interior components to fit a very different car. Any knowledge of a company that might be able to help? Thanks…..Brad

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