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07-01-2003 10:35 PM
piperman Thanks AKM for the help. Its a great idea, and it will save me some money.
06-28-2003 12:46 AM
akm i would take it out and have it covered by a local upholster(whatever) guy. i did that with a 79 ford pu and it looked great and only cost $40.
06-26-2003 04:19 AM
ChrisMiddleron Well I havent tried to many products but from past experiences on them liquid vinyl repair kits that they sell at auto zone tent to mess up the job even more. Cant tend to usually mix up the right color to match and then when you put the stuff and then after that it all goes to hell. Im sure some people here can help you here though goodluck!
06-25-2003 06:52 PM
piperman
Dash repair for El Camino

Has anyone repaired vinyl dashes with those kits that are offered out their, and had any success with them? Which ones work the best and are the most fair in price? I have seen many advertised, but hesitate to use them until I know what I am getting myself into. It is either cap my dash (yuck!) or plunk down 650.00 from Just Dashes for a complete resto job. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.

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