Interior Touch-Ups.

Nomad dash View of lower dash panel exstension.

Before we can turn the lights on we need new wiring. For that we rely on Painless Wiring. In this case an 18circuit kit. That wiring extends to the Flaming River tilt steering column.

Close up of lower dash exstension.

Tucked behind the dash is a Kugel power-brake booster and master-cylinder. We are also adding a lower extension to the dash panel so we can insert AC vents without cutting into that classic Nomad dash. It also allows more room to run the ducts for the AC and keep them out of sight.

Glove box door Stereo and gauges to be hidden in glove compartment.

Because the brake booster will take up space formerly used by the glove compartment, we are installing the stereo controls and a couple of Dakota Digital gauges (voltage and oil pressure) into the back of the compartment door.

Modified glove box door installed

Looks good.

Repaired and modified transmission hump Glide Engineering seats.

Time to nail down the final position for those Glide Engineering seats.

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