1936 Chevy New Instrument Panel

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Rosharon, TX



1936 Chevy New Instrument Panel
1936 Chevy New Instrument Panel. I have been working on my 36 Chevy Coupe for a few months now, Mostly a few hours here and there while working on several other projects. I have the new billet dash panel and a new set of gauges that I am going to install. I used a saw to cut out the orig dash so the new panel can go in. Here are a few photos. Let me know what your thoughts are. Willie Moore StreetRodding




1936 Chevy New Instrument Panel Willie Moore StreetRodding Sell My Street Rod
1936 Chevy New Instrument Panel Willie Moore StreetRodding Sell My Street Rod
1936 Chevy New Instrument Panel Willie Moore StreetRodding Sell My Street Rod
1936 Chevy New Instrument Panel Willie Moore StreetRodding Sell My Street Rod
1936 Chevy New Instrument Panel Willie Moore StreetRodding Sell My Street Rod
1936 Chevy New Instrument Panel Willie Moore StreetRodding Sell My Street Rod





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  • will547
    Mar 25, 2017 at 9:35 PM


  • I have the hole fine tuned and the cluster about wired. Been busy working on other projects. I hope to spend a few hours on it tomorrow... Thanks for checking in Willie Moore


  • Bill33
    Mar 25, 2017 at 1:18 PM


  • so how are you making out? Did you get it in yet? Looking forward to finished photo.

  • 36sedan
    Mar 18, 2017 at 4:38 PM


  • Like the gauges and the billet dash panel looks great! And, from what I've seen of your other work I'm sure the cuts in the dash will end up looking first class when you're done.

  • will547
    Mar 18, 2017 at 9:20 AM


  • The first cut is a rough cut and went pretty fast. The second cut will be a lot cleaner....


  • crdnblu
    Mar 18, 2017 at 8:13 AM


  • I suggest that you buy yourself a Dremel tool for these types of jobs. Used with a fiber cutoff wheel, it offers much cleaner cuts with MUCH less effort, & more control. (Also, less chance of snagging a wire when you install your panel......)

  • Bill33
    Mar 17, 2017 at 12:44 AM


  • I'm sure it will look good when you're finished. Right now it looks like you hired an off duty rat to chew that hole in the dash.........hope you have a sense of humour :) Feel free to delete this post if you're offended, Bill



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