The car is pretty much fully loaded.
The dash has the faux wood grain finish, a digital clock with tripometer function, digital speedo and gas gau... Show morege.
After taking the above pictures I replaced the dash with one that I bought off of ebay. It was really surprised to find a Heritage dash with the emblem still in place.
I took some side bys side pictures to compare the two.
Ibought the car from the original owner and he had a bunch of holes drilled in the radio/heater control surround, and had a bunch of push button switches installed in it.
When i got the car the switches were still there, but they weren't hooked up to anything, so I removed them. Only problem was it left all the holes. This piece proved to be extremely hard to find due to the idiot lights in it. When I saw it on ebay, I jumped at the chance to buy it.
The gray colored square that is visible in the large picture, between the speedo and the gas gauge, is an ambient light sensor. The purpose of it is to "sense" how bright the light that is shining on the dash is, and the adjust the brightness of the gauges. Its a really neat feature.
The stereo/heater control surround has the little idiot lights in the top for door ajar, washer fluid, low beam out , high beam out, brake lamp out, low fuel, and headlights on. There is also a voice simulation to let you know when the headlights are left on, the door is ajar, and the keys are in the ignition.
The interior is pretty much all leather. Including the seats, front dash, back dash, door panels, and headliner.
The rearview mirror is power and autosensing. When someone gets behind you with there brights on, the mirror automatically tilts itself up to direct the light out of your eyes.
Here are a few shots of the power window, seat, mirror with the optional, and kind of rare, factory installed alarm.
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