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That's close to what other places on the net are selling them for and much less than what just dashes charges to redo your old dash.
 

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I do like the speaker covers,wonder if you need to pull the dash to change the speakers ? or do the covers come off .
 

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:eek2:

that's MORE than I spent to rebuild entire front suspension, put in a used/rebuilt 373 rearend, fix/build my floors, and put in a 305 w/10K miles on a rebuild w/a holley 600 and an RV cam ALL PUT TOGETHER!!! (add taxes to the new dash and the total would be about equal to all of the above PLUS a rebuilt 200_4R w/shift kit!) I'll pass!

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That's actually not a bad price. I believe if you send your dash to dixie to restore it the price is closer to $1,200.
 

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My first OPGI catalog listed a NOS dash for approx $750 in the early to mid 90's. Wanna guess if I spent the money on one?:dontknow:
The NOS ones have been discoed now for a few years, Mikes Montes had a new one not aftermarket for close to $1k earlier this spring.
 
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