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Old 01/14/2009, 06:39 PM   #1
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I've completed the Deluxe dash component installation (including the Tach in place of the clock) and am now attacking the Deluxe door panels. (Already installed the Deluxe lower door grilles.)
The Deluxe door panel door straps are a bit of a dilemna. It sure seems like a hodge-podge afterthought as far as their installation & attachment. Does anyone have a photo and/or drawing of this installation? I've got all new parts to do so, but a picture is worth a million words.

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Old 01/14/2009, 06:54 PM   #2
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Neil, I do not have my FAM with me, but isn't there a drawing of this in the Osborn 68 body FAM? Seems as one was in there when I was looking for information about the little rubber strip that glues to the vent window frame where it meets the door. Never did find out about that little rubber strip, by the way!
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Old 01/14/2009, 07:33 PM   #3
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I've completed the Deluxe dash component installation (including the Tach in place of the clock) and am now attacking the Deluxe door panels. (Already installed the Deluxe lower door grilles.)
The Deluxe door panel door straps are a bit of a dilemna. It sure seems like a hodge-podge afterthought as far as their installation & attachment. Does anyone have a photo and/or drawing of this installation? I've got all new parts to do so, but a picture is worth a million words.

Neil
Hi Neil,

I just sent to your email address the door trim ford MPC diagram. Have fun....

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Old 01/16/2009, 07:51 PM   #4
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Well, I got it figured out, and have the right door completed. I took a couple of photos of my installation while in progress, and I'll get my computer guru show me how to post them on this thread in case anyone else would wish to install the Deluxe interior in their own car. I really like the appearance of the Deluxe interior, and now plan on doing it to my C/S, in black. All the necessary parts are available via Mustang suppliers.

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