Putting one back together i didnt take apart
so, yes, this is my first post. and ill admit, im a mopar guy. but i do a ot f work for others in my small town, and tend to get all makes and models in my shop.
currently, im working on finishing a 68 firebird 400, that was a began rotissery project. bodywork, chassis, suspension, engine, trans installed. then it gt punted to another couple of owners. afterwards, it wound up in my shop as a roller full of boxes. ive been tasked with getting it to be a running, driving, safe car with working AC, etc. not fully finishing it, but getting it to where it can be.
anyway, i didnt take the car apart. whoever did di not label anything, bag anything, nothing. just boxes and piles.
where im working now, that im having a lot of difficulty with, is the underdash/firewall area. theres a whole lot of holes with nothing in them. a few are obvious (steering, brakes, park brake, insulation clips, heater box, gas pedal) but the rest are not so obvious. does anyone have a good diagram of where stuff goes, and what comes through these holes?
also, the AC system was broken down to component level. now i have the fun of figuring out where all the itty bitty parts go. anyone have a resource for where/how it all goes back together?
lastly, can anyone point me in a direction of correct fasteners for the things bolted to the firewall? like what is supposed to go where?
i know this is a lot to ask, but i want this car to be right for whoever finishes it. way too pretty a car to do wrong. normally im a pro-touring kinda guy, but this car deserves a full resto. 400/auto/ps/pdb/ac/bench seat car)