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`68 Dart dash differences? #1009998
06/09/11 02:44 PM
06/09/11 02:44 PM
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Hello, I recently found a 68 dart dash in a junkyard that I figured I could fix up and possibly sell. It has the 2 piece trim that wraps around the heater controls and does not extend onto the glove box door like the 3 piece trim cars do.

question is both of these dashes were available in 68, so which cars got which dash? Is this dash even worth fixing up? the lower "knee" pad is in decent shape thats why im even considering fixing it up..

thanks

Re: `68 Dart dash differences? [Re: copperSwinger] #1009999
06/09/11 04:02 PM
06/09/11 04:02 PM
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A collage of whims
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Lower trim levels received less trim, inside as well as outside. That's pretty typical among all brands around that time.
If it's a higher-level car, the glove box may have been changed.
Sometimes the sales brochures will show this, but often they wouldn't illustrate the lower trim level interiors.

Re: `68 Dart dash differences? [Re: copperSwinger] #1010000
06/09/11 08:15 PM
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The dash pads, lower column cover, and key switch bezel are unique to 68. 270 emblems are good pieces, too. How nice are the pieces? Any pics?


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