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WTB: Crackless Two-Piece Dashboard or reupholstered Dash

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Hi there,

I am looking to purchase a good two piece dashboard that is still soft and crack-free. I know this will be hard and probably unfruitful, but I would still like to try.

I have also been toying with the idea of reupholstering the dashboard with a high marine-grade vinyl. Are there any shops in Southern California that can provide this service for a (fairly) reasonable price? I know this is an expensive proposition but I am willing to get this job done the right way.

I know there are shops in the US that provide this service but I would like to stay away from shipping if at all possible.

I am located in Huntington Beach, CA.

If you have any suggestions or have a dashboard that you are willing to sell, please post here! Or email me. That works too.



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