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Old 10-31-2012, 03:06 PM
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Is the dashboard in two pieces and who has pictures of the removal?
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Hello Schnage, the dashboard is in one piece yes, see some pics I made. Grs Paul
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Hello Paul, i always thougt the Dash has an upper and lower Part in two Pieces? Interesting to see t was wrong......

Markus
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Hello Paul,
I would like to recover the dash with Alcantara or similar material. Could you please describe the step by step process required to remove it from the car?
Many Thanks, Chris
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Hello Chris, as I bought my Urraco completely disassembled I do not know how to remove it. See my thread "Start of the restauration of mu Urraco 15184". But I did it before on an Alfetta GTV 2000 1976 and I think it is pretty much the same. Start with removing all instruments and switches etc. Then you can have a look inside and underneath to remove/disconnect the ventilation system and see how it is attached to the body. Sometimes difficult to see. What I can do is sent you some pictures from my car which is still empty and being prepaired for the paint job. BTW, what material are you going to use to recover it?
Success, regards Paul.
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Hi Pollus, your kind offer to provide some detailed photos of your dashboard would be much appreciated, particularly views from the underside.
Photos of other cars often show the top half of the dash covered in one shade and the lower half in another. Does this imply the dash is in two halves, upper and lower? I wonder if they have been restored to the owners taste or if the factory produced some of them originally in two colours?
At this point I plan to keep mine to its original style so a single colour. I had considered recovering it in Alcantara but the knapp is too textured so I have recently found a material called Clarino which seems more like the original covering and is available in a wide colour range.
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I just looked my dash has two pieces (upper and lower)- see pic.
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Old 12-05-2012, 03:10 AM
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The top of the dash with the three ventilation holes lifts off. There are bolts either end that hold it down. It is possible to remove it with the rest of the dash in place but I think you have to tip the part with the dials forward. You may have to take the Steering wheel off as well. I dont think I have any pictures but will take a look.

I know this is the case because I took my dash apart to replace the broken bulbs and I recovered the top of the dash with black suede.

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Here are the pics from the car without dash.
GRS Paul
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And here some pics from the dash, it has an upper and lower part as you can see. If you still can take them apart I do not know.
GRS Paul
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