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Re(2): 1965 dash pad

If you not looking for perfection but want a fresh look with no cracks you could pull the dash and fill the cracks with filler and or resin fiber glass. Sand the whole dash down prime it then spray it with SEM texture paint or bed liner spray paint to recreate the texture fabic look. Then prime again and find SEM brand fabric paint that will match orginal interior color or real close. My interior is burgandy and did this for my dash, center console, seat backs and resprayed all the other plastic trim that were faded included the large fiberglass piece that goes behind the rear seats and kick panel air vents. Same process alot of interior repair guys that fix rips, tears, cigarette burns in leather or vinyl. Repeat answer from seat back question but is a option to share.

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