BumblBee's Dash Parts The original dash pad was firehorn red and badly warped. I used some angle iron, large washers and screws to straighten it. The i used a heat gun to soften the rubber surface and streech it back into place.
BumblBee's Dash Parts Another angle of the dash pad. It came out pretty nice for a driver.
BumblBee's Dash Parts This is the driver side AC vent. Dyed black and detailed with a yellow bead.
BumblBee's Dash Parts This is the heater & AC controls section. On the other side of the steering column bump is the ash tray. In the 70's gm used fiber optics for several things. Some cars had fiber optic turn signal indicators, head light indicators, and brake light indicators. These indicators were drive fiber opticly to let the driver know that the actual bulbs were out. My 77 Camaro has a fiber optic ashtray light.
BumblBee's Dash Parts This is the main lower dash that has the radio panel and glove box. The glove box container (behind the door) is heavy weight cardboard.
BumblBee's Dash Parts The yellow detail bead does a complete loop from the driver side all the way around to the passenger side.