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Username Post: New dash parts        (Topic#345807)
Butcher 318 
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Butcher 318
Loc: Ft Wayne, Indiana
Reg: 06-29-04
07-03-17 10:33 PM - Post#2698647    

So I get this OPGI flyer and look what they now have.
An entire new dash for the 78-80 Malibu/El Camino. So i'm glad the new interior parts are expanding to offer this. But then again i'm kinda ticked why they didn't offer this for the 73-77's before the 78-80 models. I would love to be able to purchase an entire new dash for my white/maroon 76 Laguna S3. 1/hmn...


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Age: 45
Loc: West Chester, PA
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07-07-17 01:02 PM - Post#2699120    
    In response to Butcher 318

agreed. we are stuck swapping good used or having JustDashes redo ours. Hey, at least you're not 1973, our dashes are 1 year only!

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Roadcaptain S3 
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Loc: Bluegrass
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07-08-17 04:12 AM - Post#2699186    
    In response to clanceman427

Dashes seem to be a big topic of conversation lately. I've seen more than a few discussions on the topic, particularly about the expense if you can find one.
I saw a classified recently where a guy listed a complete dash, busted all to heck for $800. It stoked a little controversy.
However, another guy recently removed his and took it to an upholsterer and walked away with really nice dash for a little less than that.
That looks to be about the best option at the moment.

"Gun down on my gasoline, I believe I'm gonna crack a head"

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1977 Chevelle Malibu Classic


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