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Old 01-31-2011, 11:25 PM
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Motor Home padded dash

Just finished a padded dash on a Prevost Motor Home. The owner got tired of the wood dash staring at him(a little too '70s), so we made a padded covering for it. I think it turned out pretty good.

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ya it looks good
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Looks like it turned out pretty good. Shoot the wood didn't look to bad either. JMO


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Looks like wood to me.
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Looks like wood to me.
Which pic are you talking about ? The one on the left i hope.


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Which pic are you talking about ? The one on the left i hope.


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All of them. Isn't it suppose to look like wood?
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All of them. Isn't it suppose to look like wood?
Hummm!!!!!!!!!!! maybe, but i thought he was trying to get rid of the wood look.


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One way or another, he did a good job.
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