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I recently installed a new dash in my 67 Galaxie convertible. There is a piece of metal trim
, connected to the bottom part of the dash, above the glove box. This trim covers the screws that attach the dash to the metal frame that it rests on. I need the wire clips that slide into the back of the metal trim, then the trim is fastened by pushing the trim (with clips installed) into holes in the dash pad, fastening to the metal subframe.

The clip is one inch long, with a diamond shape 1/2 in up the 1 inch length, and the base is a rectangle measuring 3/4 inch x 1/2 inch.

I have looked in all the standard places, Rock Auto, Dearborn, Napa etc. No luck. there are smaller versions, but none I can use. Does anyone know where I can find such clips?

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C8AZ-6204878-B

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Found a couple places, part # C8AZ 6204878 B
 

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Had found that moulding retained with 2 methods, not sure if it's early/late thing or just different assembly plants. Besides those spring clips they used what appear to be the rear speaker retaining stud/clip used on most any of the Fords, you can find them holding the rear speakers to the rear deck in the 70's and 80's. They would slide those into the moulding and use large barrel nuts in the holes through the dash. Both styles can be a pain to remove without bending that moulding.
 

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5851 A. Thank You. I have been looking for a year. I did not know the company you referenced. I do now. Thanks again
 
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