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I bought one. I got it really cheap like $150 bucks and figured I had nothing to loose because a dash restoration place wanted a grand. My car did come with AC and gauges with tach and everything fit like factory. I also changed my wifes 71 Camaro SS with gauges and it looks great too. See for yourself
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I misread your post. I bought my dash pad from Ausley's. It has a steel core and vinyl covering like the factory and very reasonable. I would give it 9 out of 10 but I am pretty fussy. That is the dash pad from them in the pic and it is only sold by them and rumor is Just Dashes makes it but that is a rumor.
 

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1968 el Camino SS 396 L34, TH400, 3.55 posi, Factory A/C, P/S, P/B, Remote Driver Mirror,
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Just in case you did not see this already. Here is an original one on Ebay if your interested.
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Thank you. I already purchased and installed one from Ausley's. A couple of the mounting spots on the driver's side are little off, but nothing that a self tapping screw wasn't able to fix. Otherwise it's a good fit.
 

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Thank you. I already purchased and installed one from Ausley's. A couple of the mounting spots on the driver's side are little off, but nothing that a self tapping screw wasn't able to fix. Otherwise it's a good fit.
Funny mine fit prefect. If my memory is correct I may have had to drill an addition hole in the dash support. It was either that or whiz it off. I chose the later option.
 

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The posts were all in the right spots. I was referring to the area by the dash instrument cluster that is attached using sheet metal screws.
 
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