[Healeys] Early Two Piece Dash

Mike MacLean rrengineer.mike at att.net
Thu May 5 11:40:54 MDT 2016

Thank you Roland.  I will check with them.  Moss does not sell the 
length needed for this.

Mike MacLean

On 5/5/2016 7:01 AM, Roland Wilhelmy wrote:
> Yes there was a piece of trim. I ordered my replacement from Autofarm.
> -Roland
> BN1 #724
> Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone.
> *From: *Michael MacLean
> *Sent: *Thursday, May 5, 2016 1:52 AM
> *To: *Healeys Help
> *Reply To: *Michael MacLean
> *Subject: *[Healeys] Early Two Piece Dash
> I have an early two piece dash for my BN2.  I guess it's just to start 
> conversations at Healey meets.  I can hear it now, "hey, BN2s didn't 
> have a two piece dash!".
> Well my question is what was used between the instrument pod and the 
> dash panel, or was anything at all used.  I have been told it was just 
> screwed directly to the dash panel and I have also heard it had a 
> plastic/vinyl protective strip kind of like the stuff that goes 
> between the bumper and the overriders.  I have looked in Austin Healey 
> 100 in Detail and Roger Moments restoration guide.  They both say what 
> car s had the two piece dash, but go into no detail.  Anyone have one 
> of these really early cars can tell me before I mar the paint on the 
> dash panel?
> Mike MacLean
> 56 BN2
> 60 AN5

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