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Old 01-22-2019, 12:17 PM
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Default Dash Vent surrounds/vents - New Product

Dashboard Vent Frame - Left 928 552 309 50 70B
Dashboard Vent Frame - Right 928 552 310 50 70B

These fit around the defrost vents on the top of the dash near the windscreen. They were originally fitted on cars with a leather dash up to 1989.
They can also be fitted to cars with a vinyl dash to hide the small spider web cracks at the vent.
These frames have been NLA for some time.
We now have aftermarket frames available. Price is $135 each left or right or $250 for the pair.
Fitted from 78 to 89.



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Old 01-22-2019, 12:44 PM
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I don't care what Sean says about you, you are THE MAN. I have some from various junkyard picks, but your work in making these available is much appreciated.
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Nice work Roger!
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Noyce!
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Is this an after market part? My 87 never had them, nor my 89.
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Think these are for leather dash.
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These were only used with leather dashes. They can be added to vinyl dashes to hide the small cracks around the defrost vent.
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And Roger T steps into the batter's box. There are 2 men on base, and the team is down by 2 runs in the bottom of the ninth. Roger kicks his foot in the dirt and awaits the pitch. Here it comes - in fast and high outside. Roger swings and connects - it's a line drive heading for the right field wall. The outfielder is going back, back to the warning track and that ball is over the wall! A 3 run homer and the team wins!
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Thanks - I updated the description in the first post to make it clearer.
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