[QUOTE=2ndJenn;2320653]One thing I forgot about is the glovebox cover. They are discontinued and prone to deteriorating…[/QUOTE]At first glance, the hinge is plastic (?), and on the parts car it is starting to crack and separate at one end. So in other words, the vinyl on the cover is fine, the hinge, not so much.
I am either going to have to take some time with the dash, or just forget about it. That was one of the pieces I wanted to keep and store, b/c if I ever need one, they are hard to find and expensive to ship.
A couple pics of what is left in the car after I took out seats and door panels. That is pretty much what is left inside the car as of today. My original plan was to transplant the whole interior into my car, or sell it, take a few more things I can use, and scrap the rest. Not because there are no usable parts left, but because of the time to strip them out intact (Colin’s comment about parts becoming unavailable made me want to take another look). Its a question of time v. $$, really. Do I spend an hour taking out some parts I may or may not need, or do I spend that time working on my own car… :think:
The point of asking for help in this thread, was ID’ing what was worth spending that time on… If I can buy it on ebay for 20 bucks and in better, rust-free shape, it may not be worth it. I assume other people may be in the same position, not to mention the storage space. However, if I manage to separate the cover from the glove box, I will deff keep it, so thanks,
Left inside the cabin:
Drivers door after removing the door panel and spkr:
Rear quarter trim panel, after removing the fabric insert from the elbow rest:
@2ndJenn: Btw, as long as you are going to junkyards in a nice salt-free state… I could use any of the galvanized brackets used as supports for wiring and pipes, in rust-free condition. Those are the ones that look a dull grey color. There are a couple in the MT area, and behind/below the filter box, and really all over the engine bay.