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03-28-2009 10:13 AM
DanTwoLakes These guys: CLICK HERE Your Camaro pad is $128.48, some other ones are cheaper.
03-28-2009 08:53 AM
david ahluwalia
Who has dash for 125.00?

Dan who has dash pads for 125.00?
03-27-2009 10:34 AM
Brimstone I saw a '78 Firebird in the local salvage yard with a pristine dash - black, not faded, not wavy or cracked - perfect. I thought I had hit the jackpot - until I noticed that it had an overlay in place . It only covered the top half of the dash, but it sure fooled me.
03-26-2009 07:28 PM
39 chev
dash pad overlays

I used one in a 69 chevy pickup a few years ago. I was very pleased with the way it looked.
03-26-2009 07:05 PM
eloc431962 Like Dan said you need to at least check them out.i was sceptical at first but the finish product was pretty darn good. cole
03-26-2009 06:12 PM
DanTwoLakes Cole said before that these things were getting up in price, but I don't think you can beat $125.00 for a new dash. I know I couldn't re-cover one for that price. At least check these people out.
03-26-2009 04:04 PM
eloc431962 yea Dan is right thats basically what i used on my corvette..it glued down right over the old pad.and it really looked good.loked like a new dash pad.just remember to clean and prep real good for the glue to do its job cole
03-26-2009 04:46 AM
DanTwoLakes These dash pad covers go on right over the top of the old ones. Check them out HERE Yours would be very simple and straight forward to do.
03-25-2009 08:59 PM
eloc431962 i used one on my corvette and it really suprised me it looked pretty good.but i have seen some look pretty bad also.i really think alot of it comes down to installation.clean prep glue.if you get a good quality cover they look decent.a new dash pad would looker better but man those things are getting up in price.its all in what you want or can afford.hope this helps. cole
03-25-2009 08:28 PM
david ahluwalia
Dash pad overlay,s

Anybody used dash pad over lays /covers do they look like a new dash.I have a 82 z28 seen alot on line just wondering?

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