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Old 05-21-2020, 05:28 PM
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Default 68 Vette Interior Makeover

Hey guys, new here.. I still need to post up an intro thread soon.

Anyway, I'm in the process of refreshing my modded 68 corvette and right now have the entire interior stripped to remove mice nests and the stench of sitting for a few years. Here's the plan:
  • Strip Interior out, frost king duct wrap as sound deadener and reflectix/dei for insulating the tunnel area
  • Removing the original heat system (non-AC car) and installing a Vintage Air or Old Air Products universal heater, has anyone on here tried the Old Air Products stuff?
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  • New black carpet, probably without the backing for weight
  • Swapping in my black cloth Corbeau A4 seats from my 4th gen camaro
  • Going to try to clean up the rusty stock gauge faces and install LED's / clean up all the wiring

Its my first time diving in this deep with this car, any pointers along the way is appreciated.
Here's some pics, I think I might start to call it project mouse trap

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Old 05-22-2020, 09:33 AM
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I've seen a couple of people do the Vintage Air system. From what I have heard , it seems to go pretty well.
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