you will also need to make a choice, either cut and narrow the dash, or get ready to trim and slim down the door panels since the dash is a little longer, I did the panels.
the switches are not hard to put over, and the heater controls (on non ac at east) fit right in to place from the rocco, also dome duct work will need to be done.
Get the lower parcel trays from the euro corrado non ac models, it looks better. There is a few more fine points but I guess you get the idea.
I installed miine without cutting or breaking any of the oem dash mounts, so I can always put the old one back, my oem dash was mint, I just wanted to have somehting different at the time.
The center console can be fitted as well but will also need some massaging.
I did it back in the days pre digital camera, so I will try and dig up some pics and scan them.
thanks for the interest!
found some pics and scanned them.....
old dash, still mint!
ok out with the dash
Trim and fit ....
Issue was more the doors..
first trim the panels and made fiberglass inserts to mimic the corrado silouhette, then epoxy them in.ake the shape for the dash as well as the parcel trays
then I used a combination of epoxy and bumper putty to mold the new lower part I made from 1/4 inch particle board
then I wrapped the entire door in new vinyl
and one old show pic just for fun!! Back in the early '90s, I found a ton of show pics, thank god it takes a while to scan them all, otherwise this thread would be overloaded!!