the dash is very easy and straight foward. most screws are visible. the only "hidden" ones i can think of off the top of my head are just to the right of the drivers seat where the shifter is. i usually take tha one out first. the rest of that section is basically clipped on. another semi-hidden one is underneath the dial that controlls the guage brightness. and i believe there are two others underneath the glove compartment. everything else is straight foward. get a soup can to keep the screws in. otherwise you'll never get that thing back together.
thanks, that really helped a bunch, now i've got left only back seats and that old and oily carpet
Well i have to say that it was easyer then i thought, it took me few days on taking out Celica's interior, but on supra only 3 or 4hours and no broken parts