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When I stripped the car down I remember thinking if I was going to be up to the task of putting it all back together. I have a VERY limited mechanical background. No section of the car worried me more than the dash. My family was sure I was killing the car. With the exception of the radio and a few pieces of trim the dash is reassembled, and everything works!!! I showed'em.....:pirate:


 

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Looks great! I need some gauges like those :)
 

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Good job! I just finished my interior today as well!
 

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Looks good chillin....I see you went with the YearOne dash...I did the same thing with white Phantom gauges....only thing I did different was put a block out plate on one of the 5-1/2" holes, painted white and made a lexan lense. I then put my LEDS for turn signal high beam etc. (I had mounted my tach to the a-pillar.....
So far I like the assembly but the 2-1/16" gauges would be better if they were fitted with 2-5/8" to easier see at a glance......The YearOne is nice but pretty pricey, I had to do a double take before I bought it... :)
Tom
 

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Thanks Renegade! I agree about the gauge size, 2 5/8" would be better. As far as the price, yeah it seems like alot for a piece of plastic, but it fits like a glove. Looking at the alternative (JME) it's a steal. That's a bad lookin coupe bro, love the hood!
 
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