Wagonized
Going to be doing a fully glassed dash in my bassracer for next spring.

Lookin for some ideas so post your guys pics of glassed dashes if you have em

thanks
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bigmikeo
I have done one in my Jimmy.





[ 12-12-2009, 08:09 PM: Message edited by: bigmikeo ]
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D-Bass
hey, bigmikeo. do you have any finished pics of it?
and which columbus are you in? Georgia? Ohio?
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bigmikeo
Is it ever finished? No it isn't. I have the radio in it but no upholstery yet. My vision is leather with a creme stitching across the front and around the gauges. Similar to my new Volkswagen CC interior. I'm in the Ohio one.

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galacticmonkey
Heres one a buddy of mine did. Some of you might have seen it at SBN a few years back.

http://customedgeaudio.com/Photos/Cutlass/
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Wagonized
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Originally posted by galacticmonkey:
Heres one a buddy of mine did. Some of you might have seen it at SBN a few years back.

http://customedgeaudio.com/Photos/Cutlass/
awesome..thanks that helps me out a lot because that cutty is the same interior as my malibu so I have a bit more vision now.
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Wagonized
k just workin on my glass dash now....its not 100% totally new fabricated dash. Im using the stock dash shell and building upon that.

no sense doing the work twice.

Question is...when the dash is all done and im doing the body work and paint.

Is there a particular product I use when painting so that it will work with the new glass/bondo pieces aswell as the old plastic-ish dash? Like a plastic adhesion promotor or something along those lines?

I dont want to have the old dash and new pieces expand at different rates with the heat/cold and crack the paint on them.

any help would be much appreciated.

thanks


also open to any of your guys pics of glass dashes you've done or come across.
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