Welcome to my hell; the OER replacement neoprene dash pad for a 1970. First off, compare the OER new dash pad against my old standard warped dash pad: Tell any difference? The bums OBVIOUSLY used a warped example to cut the new mold!!! Turning the body upside down and sitting on a chair sure makes it easier... but it is still like one glass of ice water in hell... The deck makes a great place to put your tools, clips, fasteners, etc... OK, here goes. This is what the clip/dash interface area looks like. The clip goes on the stud in the pad and the clip slides through a slotted opening in the dash. The little tit on the clip should connect to the slot in the dash made just for it to go into. But it doesn't. If you push the dash pad towards the dash, the clip's tit goes by the slot it is supposed to sit in. Also, notice that grey area with scribbled white on the pad? It shouldn't be there! THAT"S WHERE THE GD PAD IS SUPPOSED TO BE FLUSH VERTICAL WITH THE DASH!!! When you pull the pad out so the clip engages properly with the dash... ...you get a whole fingers width space between the dash and the pad! This is the enhanced drivers side...look ma, no slot for the clip. I guess they just want you to slide a clip on top of the VIN plate and go away. I suppose I'll need to: 1) Grind the front face of the OER POS flush to my dash. 2) Cut slots in the clips to allow them to tighten properly. 3) Modify the driver side attachment or whatever... I have now successfully mentally transmuted the acronym OER into POS. When I think POS, my mind now automatically thinks OER. "My God what is that OER he's driving?" "I wouldn't be caught dead in the OER car of hers!"