Free shipping on orders over $100 Details
MENU
Share
Report

Dash /Interior work

By: Robert 01/07/2021

The dashboard looked real bad, so I removed the inlays to repaint everything..


9173EE63-7D2D-41D9-A585-5164F31FBCF7.jpg
5C432815-FF3B-4087-B4D3-5956A77263F0.jpg

Painted around the outlines with silver paint.

5510F3FD-7A3A-4A69-8BBE-32FAF17622F7.jpg

Repainted the inlay with Perfect Match universal metallic black, bad picture, I purchased letters and numbers from on-line, which I had to pick the font and color and clear coated over them. Looks okay I guess...

82EB3824-D80E-4586-9DAE-1F7FB54BBBA7.jpg

The gauges were real faded and when I tried cleaning them the numbers from 70 to 130 smeared, So again I purchased the numbers and installed them over the old ones added the Z28 and clear coated over them, I replaced all the needles with new ones in the speedo, tach, fuel,batt. not too bad, i guess..

545C1F99-F987-430D-A67C-32F54D714BD3.jpg
41AA4306-1251-4DD3-A772-8FB774FAC370.jpg

I removed the broken clock and installed a vacuum gauge in it's place...

4778A750-C945-4287-8AF3-60B06AF391B6.jpg]

Not too bad, lots better then it was,

E4F35F5F-9ACF-4646-8492-CC37514129E4.jpg

I also replaced all the dingy white instrument panel lights with green LED bulbs and in the Sun Pro gauges I installed, The radio CD player I installed had were green too.

30EB04BB-49DF-41FC-8683-CA6E96A386FC.jpg


Back to Ride
 X  Sloppy Mechanics Sweepstakes
 X  Sloppy Mechanics Sweepstakes