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03-22-2008 09:19 PM
camaro freak
69 Camaro Dash Pad Install Question...

I am installing my dash pad after having it out for 12 years awaiting a frame off resto. The question I have is this. There is 2 mount holes just above the speedo and 2 more just above the fuel gauge in a molded in recession in the dash pad. The recessions are rough finished and are square in shape. My question, is there a plate that is supposed to fit in and cover this area or does the mounting screws go through the dash pad as it is? The assem manual only shows the screws going through the dash pad. I just thought I would ask before installing it. I hate to do same work twice!

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