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I have a crack in my dashpad about 2" long, is there anyway to repair without buying a new one or putting a cover over it.
In time I would like to buy a new one but not right now.
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Call an interior shop. Around my area, there is a business called Dr. Vinyl who is really good at repairs like that. The interior shop my know of someone who can do it. There are also some kits available. Try Eastwood.
 

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What year Mustang? It may be cheaper to just go ahead and bite the bullet for a new one instead of paying shop hours to repair a dried out old dash. Classic Mustanh dash pads are actually quite inexpensive, especially when compared to other classic cars.
 
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