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I installed the core box in my 73 after the engine was installed. It was a tight fit, but it went in. I'm pretty sure I remember four large screws from under the dash that hold the box in place. I'll have to look see if I have an old style core box that isn't rusted out. There were a few different styles - one for 2.0 and one for the 1.85 engine.
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