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Old 20th July 2012, 21:33   #16
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the ps unit, bolero dash board, car type seating, etc.
I must say the interior work is very well done.

Was the Bolero Dash a straight fit??
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Since the windshield frame is of a bolero, it wasn't much trouble fitting the bolero dash. Had to do some mods on the sides near the door hinges. The Speedo cable issue is not yet solved. Any ideas regarding that?
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Like the work...can you give me some details on the HT and the front seats?

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