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  • #21972
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    Lol its going to be loud

     

    I hope so ha

    #21981
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    Yep that’s all it is. Includes wiring harness and switch packs for the doors.

    Very cool.

    #29354
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    Hi crew. I’ve been away for a while, obviously.
    I bought a house, we moved in back in February and it’s been a while getting settled in.

    I ended up pulling the steel frame dash out and have begun working towards getting it together properly.

    Ordered a dash from a local wrecker and they sent me an 01 model which physically fitted but it was so far different from mine I had to bin it and sourced a second one from a 98.
    Remounted it and have started working on a new cluster. So here’s some pics for you.

     

    I wired up some plugs. Figured it was about time I got proper about this.

    Test fitting the new acrylic

    Holes all cut.


    And mounted.

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    #29359
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    Welcome come back mate.  Good to see it still alive and well .

    #29360
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    Thank you sir.

    Next task is to wire it up, including the led alternator light which I believe I have to get fancy with some resistors to make that work properly.

    after that is doors/speakers and stereo. And then I can tidy up the carpet/flooring and center console trimming and such.

     

    Still a bit to go yet but she’s closer now than she was.

     

     

    #29361
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    Nice, I think I need to go back and re read the build thread again from the start and get back up to full speed with this beast!!

    #29380
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    Nice, I think I need to go back and re read the build thread again from the start and get back up to full speed with this beast!!

     

    Haha, it’s been a roller coaster that’s for sure.

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