We all know that installing a custom dash can make a huge improvement to many cars, but all too often, an enthusiast has a few concerns that keep them from taking on this popular upgrade. Click Here to Read the Full Story at ChevyHardcore.com
This video describes the various types of speedometers and installation requirements, as well as an overview of related panels and instruments available from Classic Dash.
Classic Dash, the accomplished instrument panel makers from Nevada, has unveiled their latest molded ABS composite dash to suit the desirable Jeep Wrangler YJ produced from 1987-’95. In common with their other instrument panels this latest creation is available in Three finishes: Black,Carbon Fiber Finish,Brushed Aluminum Finish. All panels are offered in two forms: […]
View The Full Article on ChevyHardcore.com While we all love the look of our classic Chevys, many of us want to do something to improve the aesthetic of the aging instruments. Not only is upgrading the gauges a plus when it comes to looks, it is also an important safety and reliability enhancement. Classic Dash […]
View The Full Article on ChevyHardcore.com There is no doubt that owning and driving a classic automobile is an enjoyable experience. Sure, they require a lot more maintenance than a new car does, but that’s all part of the charm. It doesn’t matter if you prefer a traditional restoration or a restomod, cruising around town […]
Enthusiasts with 1973-79 Ford pickups can now replace the boxy factory dashboard that provides limited information with a redesigned unit from industry leader Classic Dash that’s loaded with Auto Meter gauges. The new panel, which is a precisely fitted bolt-in replacement for the OEM dash, is made of UV-resistant ABS composite material and is offered […]
View The Full Article on ChevyHardcore.com Vintage muscle is the heart and soul of our passion at Chevy Hardcore yet we are willing to admit that technology has improved over the years. Simple things like dash panels have gone from a plain gauge cluster of three gauges, and maybe a warning light or two, into […]
View The Full Article on HotRod.com If you’ve been following our work on Vince Venturelli’s 1956 Chevrolet C10 either online or in the magazine, you’ll know it’s received suspension and brake upgrades, but Vince also wanted to upgrade the stock dash, and have a little more information on hand about what was going on under […]
View The Full Article on SuperChevy.com No matter what type of Chevrolet you are building, if you’ve spent any of your hard-earned cash on the engine, you’ll want to keep track of its vitals. A drop-in oil pressure or hot runner can lead to overheating, blown head gaskets, or worse. And it goes without saying […]
View The Full Article on SuperChevy.com Like a rolling stone … back in 1965, when Bob Dylan first sang about an uppity young lass that rode on a chrome horse with her diplomat, the instrument panel on the recently introduced 1965 Chevelle was a chrome-plated wonder from one end to the other. A wonder in […]
Check out the Classic Dash panel installation story now posted on ChevyHardcore.com.
Watch this clip from our YouTube channel. A Classic Dash and Auto Meter gauges install performed on the “GearZ” TV show with host Stacey David. The show aired November 23, 2014.
Classic Dash is proud to be featured in the September, 2012 Issue of Super Chevy Magazine. Click here to view the full article
In our special, coddled cars, the treatment or appearance of the dashboard and instrument panel becomes one of the prime focal points of the interior scheme. Though digital readouts are here, by and large our community prefers the visceral drama of analog needles sweeping past familiar numbers, stuff ingrained since early childhood. Until recently, we’d […]
Classic Dash was recently featured in an article in the Nov/Dec 2010 Issue of Street Thunder Magazine. “Before we could begin the installation, we needed to locate a mounting solution since the stock dashboard clearly wasn’t going to work. We contacted the folks at Classic Dash to inquire about their dash panels designed for use […]
Classic Dash, the accomplished instrument panel makers from Nevada, has unveiled their latest molded ABS composite dash to suit the desirable Chevrolet Pickup truck produced from 1960-’63. In common with their other instrument panels this latest creation is available in three finishes: carbon fiber, brushed aluminum, or black. All panels are offered in two forms: […]