Interior refresher

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  1. 79__Z28

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    my winter project of adding sound deadener to the floor turned into new carpet, kick panels, rear wheel well panels, door panels, dash panel, gauges, door and window weather stripping and complete wiring harness from AAW. Next winter will finish the rest, thinking about suede wrapping the headliner and pillar trim pieces and the dash.
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    Here’s a couple more 50CA119D-4438-4826-B5CE-FC8791A65D7C.jpeg 90980C55-0E93-4226-8BC7-5443DD8BE510.jpeg
     
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    Nice, which dash panel did you use?
     
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    Wow! I thought the before picture even looked good! Nice job!
     
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    I got the panel from Keith at custom works, along with the gauges and harness.
     

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