Date: Sat, 20 Nov 2004 00:44:31 GMT
From: "chris" <chrisnospamorld.com>
Subject: Re: using centre console from RHD 1989 classic 900 in 1982/83 900S?


"Craig's C900 Site" <c900nospam.apana.org.au> wrote in message news:Pine.GSO.4.58.0411172048180.17495nospam.apana.org.au... > > Hi everyone, > > I have an opportunity to buy a centre console removed from a 1989 > right-hand drive classic 900, and all the info I've gathered including > looking very closely at my car suggests that I can use the centre console > as a direct addition to my car after I modify the way that the ashtry > mounts. > > Can anyone concur that a centre console from a 1986 and up classic 900 can > be used in a 1985 or earlier car? If not, why not? Clearly there are some > issues with regard to the different cover around the handbrake and > transmission controls, but otherwise I see no obvious reasons that would > prevent a centre console from a year model of C900 which had them being > fitting to a C900 from an earlier year model which didn't. The ashtray is pop revited to the knee-roll, just prise it off - the console will fit, but there will be a gap between the shift cover and centre console on Pre 1983 cars.

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