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Dash Restoration: How To Restore Your Mopar Dash

There was a time when you’d hole-saw your muscle car’s dash for a set of Sun Tune gauges, just to know how much gas you had in the tank. That was before the price of a rare Mopar convertible wiggled its way into the seven-figure price range. That tide floated your crusty B-body north of $25,000, and now could be the time to sell. To hook interested buyers, your heap has to look good and be right. That includes a properly functioning, stock-appearing dashboard. Time for a dash restoration!

To see the method for a proper dash restoration, we went to Redline Gauge Works in Santa Clarita, California, and met with Shannon Hudson. You might have seen his dash restoration work on more than a few high-end show-car builds. His hand graces the dashboards of many glossy-magazine trophy queens, and, luckily for you, the dash of virtually anyone that has $800 to $900 to spend restoring the most looked-at component on the entire vehicle.

Dash Restoration Sources

B/E&A Restoration Parts; Medina, OH; 330/725-3990; BEAParts.com

Redline Gauge Works; Santa Clarita, CA; 661/259-8891; RedlineGaugeWorks.com

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