|Interior Restorations, And Modifications
Most Rabbits I come across these days are in poor shape,
The interiors of these cars range from worn out, to things may have died in here.
I had to do some serious rewiring a few years back, and I found out how easy it is to
remove the Rabbit dash. Once removed, it is easier and quicker to repair it. Or to
|Here's the Interior of my 1980 Vw Rabbit C
Notice the tan gauge cluster. I got that out of a 78 at a junk yard in Connecticut. I always
wanted it to match the red interior of the car, but I didn't know how. Now I do.
Also notice the nice 84 wooden wolfsburg shift knob, and the 1980 Vw Scirroco dash with
woodgrain and tach. That came out of another car I owned. And of course the car and
driver red shag seat covers with matching steering wheel grip. I love this Setup.
I always Feel like I'm in a space ship at night. I removed the original 1.2w dash bulbs with
3w ones I painted red. Now the speedo, and tach as well as the ashtray and heater
controls glow bright red at night. People love that one.
|If you would like to see how to replace the bulbs or remove the cluster
from your rabbit, check out the video. Basically removing the dash goes
|See how to modify your dash
bulbs to the color you want
|Goto Page 2