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    Any Tips:: interior mounts/brackets/donor steering column

    Sounds like a simple question , but I was just wondering if anyone had some fab ideas for a straight forward install/mounting and removal of the interior. . My cockpit is open with no dash mounts at all. Also any good donor staring columns

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    I would think the simplest way would be to find a fiberglass replica dash shell and work from their. I am a fan of the late 90s Chrysler LXI steering columns. All the components are modular such as the headlight, wipers, turn signal switch and etc. I used one on my 430 build and it worked out very well. Much better than a GM. The steering shaft is also collapsible for what ever length you need. The clock has like 5 to 7 wires in it as well for what ever you want to control. Lighted start button and etc. For the doors and other panels, I have generally started out with a sheet of Masonite mounted with Christmas trees and build it up with foam and fiberglass for what ever shape I need.

    Ask questions for my short hand car talk if needed.

    Hope this helps a little.
    Last edited by MacGyver; 01-03-2016 at 11:00 AM.

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    Hey thank u

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