1954 Chevy Bel-Air Problem
Hey guys, I know it has been awhile, but the local boneyard is crushing again soon and I just stripped the remains of a 1954 Chevy Bel-Air 2-door sedan. Its a shame nobody bought it, it was once a project car somebody couldn't finish, I could tell. It entered the yard in mostly bare metal and has been sitting for at least 20 years. It had the "mark of the beast" on it...anyway, I have to go back Wed or Thur since I forgot to buy something for my own car and I can't seem to remove the steering column and P/S box.
I have only one bolt holding the P/S box to the chassis to get off but there seems to be a bracket under the dash that is holding the column in. How can I remove this? I can feel rusty threads behind the dash but there is nothing to unscrew?
I have picked off and saved everything else that was useable though. Lots of trim, knobs, a side window, A/C and Heater control (with faceplate and knobs!) I even found the original Motorola radio! I would yank the dash as well but it is welded to the car and I lack the tools to remove it properly. I'd probably ruin it.