Thermo-forming dash pad
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Thermo-forming dash pad



Has anyone re-done their own dash pads?  I priced getting just the small eyebrow pad on my 63 Ply. done and the cost was $365!  I'm cheap and like to do things myself when I can.  I have quite a bit of experience doing custom upholstery with naugahyde and experience doing thermo-forming with plastic.  The biggest problem I'm having is what material to use.  The original seems to be a plastic without any backing, which is different than vinyl upholstery fabric.  If I could find the right material it would be easy to make a vacuum table to do the job.  Any suggestiions?

Paul L.

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