[DMCForum] Re: Just Dashes restoration or NOS dash pad?
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[DMCForum] Re: Just Dashes restoration or NOS dash pad?

Hello Louie,

Imagine my surprise to find pictures of my newly recovered binnacle
in the photos section!

I hope to pick up the recovered dash and binnacle this weekend from
Josh. I had concerns also about cracks showing through, but Josh
explained the recovering place actually strips away all the old
plastic, fills in any voids in the underlying part with new foam
material. Josh can better explain, but that is the jist of it.

I saw Josh's recovered dash and binnacle personally and they do look
great. Josh's was slightly off-color, but that has been corrected in

I will let you know how things work out when I install them.

BTW, I was uncertain about the stitching in the binnacle also, but
in the end decided it did look OK. Glad to hear you think it is OK

Best regards,
VIN# 4494

--- In DMCForum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, Louie G <louie@xxxx> wrote:
> Can that company really redo our dashes? We don't have foam backed
vinyl covered dashes... we just have hard cheap plastic. I don't see
how they could be restored. I would think even if you could somehow
recoat the dash that if it had a crack, the crack would eventually
manifest itself again. I've got a big crack on my dash, and now I've
got a purple splotch that's starting to appear, so I'm in the same
boat. Not to mention my binnacle is cracked to hell. I wonder if
they could do the binnacle too? Any info on this would be great! -
> --- "timnagin" <timnagin@xxxx> wrote:
> Josh and Ken recently developed a way to refinish them and the
pictures sent
> to me looked pretty good.  Check with Josh at jhaldeman@xxxx about
> pricing as I have no idea.
> Greg
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Andrew [mailto:aos+yahoo@xxxx]
> Sent: Monday, May 10, 2004 1:59 AM
> To: dmcforum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Subject: [DMCForum] Just Dashes restoration or NOS dash pad?
> I'm probably going to have my ugly cracked dash pad out the car
soon, as
> I'll be working on finally repairing the AC, which has a leaky
> As long as the dash pad is out, I'd like to repair or replace it,
> it's got a bunch of cracks in it.  Just Dashes
(www.justdashes.com) has
> been mentioned on the list before.  Does anyone know what they
> charge for this kind of restoration?  Their website gives
absolutely no
> clues as their pricing.
> A replacement NOS pad is really expensive for what it is, and I'd
like to
> think I can do better restoring my old one.  Comments?
> -andrew

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