: Does anybody have an assembly diagram interior 77 coupe deville



caddywarewood
04-23-13, 09:14 PM
Im taking the interior out of an junkyard 77 cadillac im taking the bench chairs front and back and the dash and trim possibly all of the interior put it in my vehicle

77CDV
04-23-13, 11:16 PM
It's all pretty straight forward to take apart. One of the selling points of these cars was the ease with which the interior could be disassembled for service. Most everything is held together with Phillips screws or hex-head screws.

Post some pics when you get the install done. :)

MoistCabbage
04-24-13, 02:13 AM
Somehow, I can't see "Easy to disassemble interior" as a hilighted feature in a sales brochure.

caddywarewood
04-24-13, 03:09 AM
Lol yeah guys i cant wait to get it started will have pictures up soon as i finish its going take time but hopefully by august this baby will be great show off car and feel proud of because i did it myself no big rims original and classy.....i love enjoying my music tho.....ive seen on ebay they have hidden radios with the original 8 track look aux cd ipod and xm all the hook up for modern tech anyone know or seen anything like this

1980coupe
04-24-13, 04:59 AM
I think my service manual might have a diagram on the dash, Ill see what I find in it and scan it here

talismandave
04-24-13, 11:21 AM
Somehow, I can't see "Easy to disassemble interior" as a hilighted feature in a sales brochure.

Aw, come on, those blue haired buyers that were Cadillac target in those day would have loved to take their cars apart on week ends!:lol:

1980coupe
04-24-13, 11:31 AM
Im taking the interior out of an junkyard 77 cadillac im taking the bench chairs front and back and the dash and trim possibly all of the interior put it in my vehicle
here ya go...hope this helps ya out, these are out of my 77 service manual
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bigm57ict
04-24-13, 11:57 AM
Are you going to keep the dash clock when you put it into your '79?
That's what I would do. Even though it's a bit redundant, I'd rather have the clock than that "Unleaded Fuel Only" placard.

1980coupe
04-24-13, 12:20 PM
Are you going to keep the dash clock when you put it into your '79?
That's what I would do. Even though it's a bit redundant, I'd rather have the clock than that "Unleaded Fuel Only" placard.
Same here, but I no longer drive my 80 coupe

caddywarewood
04-24-13, 02:35 PM
Omg i thank you a million this have got to be the best cadillac site on the web so responsive and helpful

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are you going to keep the dash clock when you put it into your '79?
That's what i would do. Even though it's a bit redundant, i'd rather have the clock than that "unleaded fuel only" placard.

yeah im going to change the clock out

1980coupe
04-25-13, 10:46 AM
You're welcome..
Keep in mind, the slide lever tab on the dash on the left hand side has a small allen screw in it. I didnt know and I twisted it off but I replaced it once I knew how to remove it..
Also, not pictured above, it doesnt show the bolts that actually hold up the dash. I believe there's one screw underneath on either side by the kickpanel area and small screws along the top towards the base of the front windshield..