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post #16 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-20-2008, 07:08 PM
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It`s funny what you see when you look at pictures again-in both that dash out of the car (Robert`s) and the photos of Sebastien`s the dash`s are painted a matt black, the one exception being the 1300. My car`s dash is the outside body colour of Graphite Grey (grigio grafito)-was this another difference between the really early cars and the slightly later Ti`s? Mine I know is original. Also my car has as part of the carpet set (charcoal) has big rubber mats where one would put feet-they have holes and corresponding studs in the floor to hold them in place-every picture of later cars or rebuilds show all carpet.-Has anyone got a similar arrangement in their very early floor change Ti 1600?

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Both my 64 and 65 1600 TIs had the ball-type screw-in studs to attach with floor mats or carpets, though in both cases the originals were long gone.

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post #18 of 18 (permalink) Old 01-22-2008, 07:37 AM
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In those days the factory workers just fitted what ever part was at hand when assemling the cars. Sometime someone found some odd parts in a corner, and they came into the next production car or cars, just like that.
Not very organised but quete interesting.
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