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  5. rosiewilsonnsjh
    11-27-2023 04:51 AM
    rosiewilsonnsjh
    To remove the pinch well molding on your convertible top of your 67 GTO, which is the chrome that goes around the rear window on the body, you can follow these steps: Remove the connections game convertible top rear window.
  6. Wilke1
    02-17-2014 08:13 PM
    Wilke1
    How do I remove the pinch well molding on my convertible top on my 67 GTO? It's the chrome that goes around the rear window on the body.
  7. papajack29
    06-29-2009 09:35 AM
    papajack29
    I have a 64 Tempest Conv. I have a console and the mounting bracket but can not figure out how to mount the bracket nor how the console attaches to the bracket. Is the bracket the only thing that holds to console to the floor pan. Bracket looks pretty small ... 10" maybe.
  8. papajack29
    06-29-2009 09:33 AM
    papajack29
    I have a 64 Tempest Conv. with front bench. I bought two buckets and mounting brackets (2). How do I mount the brackets. Do I drill into the floorpan OR is there some other way.

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