I believe that mistery bracket may be used on the spider. There is no way that it can fit between the lever assembly and the dash....so moving ahead with the dashboard installation....this is what the final fuse boxes and the hazard switch re-arrangement looks like. Everything is in plain sight and accessible without having to crawl underneath the dash to get at the fuses.
Ross, did your original dash have the cut out? Did the GTj dash you used have a cut out? Hard to tell from the picture. I thought the GTj dashes of the 1750 type did not have?
Interesting that you were not satisfied with the Repro dashes, where as others have been.
Does that make my almost 50 year old un-cracked (last time I looked) 1969 GTV dash valuable?
BTW it was my experience that the 1969 dashes of both GTV and GTj lasted longer than the 1970 and 1971 dashes in our Canadian environment.
Ken Geiger, Toronto
1965 GTA, RHD, Stradale
ex- 1965 GTA, RHD, Corsa, Trans/Am 66-72
1964 Sprint GT, B-Sedan in 70's
1970 Giulia Super (CDN Spec)
1976 1600 GTj (Italian Spec)
1966 Harley Sprint (Aermacchi) 250
2000 Catalina 320, Hull #765 Northern Dream
2001 BMW Z3 3.0i
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