Dash end panel oddity

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Pegleg

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I started removing some more of my interior. At each end of the dash theres a endplate fixed with 2 screws. The end panels fix between the kick panel and windshield trim.

One side is metal and the other side is plastic and stamped "Made in Canada". Is this usual practice?







 

jeff8877

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I started removing some more of my interior. At each end of the dash theres a endplate fixed with 2 screws. The end panels fix between the kick panel and windshield trim.

One side is metal and the other side is plastic and stamped "Made in Canada". Is this usual practice?





Yes they all have them...

 

donkost

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Long time Pontiac guy, jumped ship, now driving a '71 Grabber Green Mach 1 with "J" code 429 Cobra Jet, close-ratio 4 speed, 3.50 Traction-Lok rear.
Now if it said "Made in China" or "Made in Vietnam", then you might have cause for concern. heh

 
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