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Old 01-16-2010, 12:10 PM
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That interior looks awesome. By the way, the GTO seats are to wide for my 68 vert. i am going with the m3 seats as well.

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Old 01-17-2010, 08:55 PM
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I'm sorry man. We are gonna have to have way more pix than these...that is very cool.
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build over at pro-touring. I take it that you changed the guts out of the gauges and replaced them with some aftermarket stuff? Did you have the hvac controls modified to work with your Vintage Air?

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build over at pro-touring. I take it that you changed the guts out of the gauges and replaced them with some aftermarket stuff? Did you have the hvac controls modified to work with your Vintage Air?

Sorry to hi jack
No, the gauges are GTO. I used all the computers, i.e. pcm, bcm, and one other can't remember what it's called. The only issue I'm having is the DIC (driver information center) on the gauge cluster is giving me an ABS fault and Low traction fault. I don't have abs or traction control wired or installed, so I'm going to try and figure how to fool the systems. I was hoping to deleted them out when I get the engine tuned, but the tuner said it is in the bcm and he has no way to delete it. If someone has any ideas I'm looking for them.

The hvac controls were modified and adapted to work with the vintage air system.

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Default 04-06 GTO seats in 69 Camaro

Sam,
I am putting them into a 69 Camaro and using the stock console. I seen them in this car and they look great I think.
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Sam,
I am putting them into a 69 Camaro and using the stock console. I seen them in this car and they look great I think.
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Those look awesome. I noticed that they have no power controls. Do you know if they still have the power?

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First time I've seen something like this.

VERY COOL!!
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They do not have power, they are removed so they sit lower and retain power recline only.
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