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06-21-2007 11:30 AM
evltwin I remember some company made a fiberglass pad that looked like the real pad. This would go over your old craked pad. Have you tried calling CARS (aftermarket supplier of chevy parts)?

I would loook under the dash and see how it is connected before decideing to switch to a steel dash. Besides the padded dash was a upgrade feature.

OK here it is
http://www.carsinc.com/parts/interio...la-61-64/1964/

or

http://www.carsinc.com/parts/interio...la-61-64/1964/
06-20-2007 11:12 PM
64Joker
Follow-up Question

What is VFN?
06-19-2007 09:06 AM
armysniper My 62 metal dash is welded in. I would check out maybe VFN and use a fiberglass dash. You can cut it up to fit what you need then pull it and paint it.
06-17-2007 09:32 PM
64Joker
1964 Impala SS Dash

I'm interested in removing the stock dash pad on my 64 Impala SS and filling the pad holes on the metal dash, and painting the dash. I was advised that a few of the lower end models (BISCAYNE/BELAIR) came with with a "bare metal dash" (no dash cover) with no holes in dash.
Would it possible to exchange my SS padded dash with a Biscayne/Belair bare metal dash with no holes, which method would be less expensive or more cost effective, assuming both dashes are inter-changable.

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