i just jumped in and read this post - really nice work! I had my dash redone by Tecnografic in Florida (see my thread) and after reading through this, I gotta' figure it's all dipped too. I always wondered what they did, and I can say the burl wood came out amazing. So I have no doubt this is quality work all around, and I would've been interested for sure (price is actually good for all the work involved, bud, and I know what I paid Tecnografic for the dash panels on my 96 Prostar 190, it ain't cheap but worth it). I actually have been spending spare winter time doing my cupholder over (pulling the vinyl, repairing the plastic, painting, made a replacement panel out of aluminum and had it done to match the dash, added an Alpine remote right in the center), so had I known all this, I could've saved me some time and it would've been worth it to ship mine and wait!
1996 Prostar 190, LT1
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