68 Standard Dash

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428cougarguy
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Re: 68 Standard Dash

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Post by 428cougarguy » 13 Dec 2017, 20:13

Does anyone what Instrument Specialties charges for the plastic rechrome process, on a set of bezels (driver's and passenger side) not needing repairs? Not looking for an exact price, just ball park estimate. Thanks!

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Re: 68 Standard Dash

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Post by drcougar » 21 Dec 2017, 17:16

I used Chrome Tech and they did a very nice job. Came back with the black all sprayed also. Did a 68 XR7, both sides and the two bullets for the tach and speedo. Cost around $650 for everything. Here is the link.

http://www.chrometechusa.com/automotive ... stics.html
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Re: 68 Standard Dash

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Post by 428cougarguy » 25 Dec 2017, 21:33

Instrument specialties has my parts now, but I don't have a price yet. Will let you know what they say.

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Re: 68 Standard Dash

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Post by berns68 » 26 Dec 2017, 09:15

drcougar wrote:
21 Dec 2017, 17:16
I used Chrome Tech and they did a very nice job. Came back with the black all sprayed also. Did a 68 XR7, both sides and the two bullets for the tach and speedo. Cost around $650 for everything. Here is the link.

http://www.chrometechusa.com/automotive ... stics.html
I used them to redo my standard dash back in 2012. They did an excellent job and still looks great today. I believe my cost was around $400.00.
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