CENTRE CONSOLE: Describes a section of the dash which is mounted between the driver and passenger sections.
CENTRE TUNNEL: Describes the hump running from front to rear between the left and right passenger (i.e., driver and passenger) that accommodates the transmission and/or drive shaft.
GARNISH MOULDING: Describes the upper moulding on a door panel used to retain the door trim panel to the door assembly.
PANEL: Describes a plastic moulding used for interior trim.
PARKING BRAKE CONSOLE: Describes an integral unit of the centre tunnel area of the floorpan that provides the mounting support for the handbrake.
TRANSMISSION TUNNEL: Describes the semi-circular intrusion that runs along the longitudinal axis of the floorpan to accommodate the propeller shaft and the transmission. The tunnel enables the shaft and transmission mounting position to be raised to the floorpan level, providing increased protection for the drive train against road debris.
WRAPROUND DASH DESIGN: Describes a type of an instrument panel design introduced in West Germany in the Fifties with a curved design to provide optimum driver access to all controls.
ZEBRANO: Describes a striped hardwood used for interior trim as a less expensive alternative to burr walnut.
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