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Early Cortina dashboard structure
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    Early Cortina dashboard structure

    Anyone got pictures of the underside of the 1962-64 Cortina dashboard? I'd like to know what parts are common to the early Corsair, in case I decide to convert mine to RHD.
    1963 Consul Corsair 1500GT

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    Sue
    When you say underside, do you mean a pic of the back of the binnacle or a pic from the floor or parcel shelf looking up to bare metalwork or to a complete dash with binnacle?
    May be able to supply something but not sure what you want.
    Andy

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    Hi Andy, I'm after pictures of the bare metalwork between the dash panel and and the bulkhead looking up from the floor. In particular, I'd like to see the stiffening brace for the steering column that goes (I assume) from the bottom of the dash to the bulkhead just above the speedo cable hole, to see if it can be adapted for the Corsair. And does the Cortina have a reinforcing panel around the clutch and brake master cylinder holes where the pedal bracket attaches?
    1963 Consul Corsair 1500GT

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    I've got a 1966 Mk1, here's the best photo I have of under the dash.
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    Thanks Bill. That's the same part as the Corsair brace.
    1963 Consul Corsair 1500GT

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