I do not think they ever made a no radio dash . I never saw one.. and left radio knob hole is already embossed deep into left side trim? So all that would change too. I
got into this recently as we modified a 60 dash for a modern DIN fm radio , slide in box. The left radio knob hole was left for a ? Switch , filler plug or power outlet (TBD) the right one was part of careful cut out for radio box. Box Has to go in from front , slight edge overlaps the grained aluminum trim plate on left. A piece of that same material about 1/2 " wide was mounted to about a 3/8 " aluminum block by weatherstrip glue to space it out -- between radio and clock bezel . Looks great, imho . Not exactly an answer , to your question, but solves a lot of problems .. new radio 100 $ . I phone songs! FM !! 40 watts out .
A metal plate was added under cut hole to act as a shelf for radio box too .
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