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I got one of the last factory-dyed Turquoise dash pads that I know of from a Mustang parts vendor about 17 years ago. Dashes Direct makes about the best you can get, available from NPD (and others) and I believe I would choose a light blue one, prep and dye it to Turquoise to match your door panel color.
 

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I couldn't find one either so I went with the darker blue. You can see mine on the Build forum here at: 66 bucket coupe.
 

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Dying a dark blue pad dark turquoise works very well.
 

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I got one of the last factory-dyed Turquoise dash pads that I know of from a Mustang parts vendor about 17 years ago. Dashes Direct makes about the best you can get, available from NPD (and others) and I believe I would choose a light blue one, prep and dye it to Turquoise to match your door panel color.
Wow, I looked at quite a few sites. Nada. Guess not much call for aqua dash pads.
 

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@69bossnine, just wondering if anyone has made the dash pad for 66 Mustang with Code U exterior? Thanks
I'm unsure how the exterior color code relates to the interior dash pad color.. But bottom-line, dash pads are available in black, dark red, and blue for 1966 (and also they make them in the 1965 bright red, as I guess there's demand for that).
 
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