When your building a purpose built Mustang race car, Every ounce of weight you shed can add up in the long run. Most racers take the factory dash panel and gut it leaving behind the plastic shell. The only drawback to this is that the factory holes for the radio, A/C Controls and dash vents are still left behind. Now you can quickly and easily clean up those leftover eyesores with these Scottrod Fabricaton Aluminum Dash Cover panels. This is an A/C dash vent cover that is made out of lightweight aluminum. It features a aluminum finish and simply installs in the factory vent location to give your race car interior a clean finished look!
Scottrod Fabrications - True Custom Fabrication At An Affordable Price
Scott Rod Fabrications has over 18 years of fabricating experience! They want to provide the enthusiast with custom aluminum tin work that is professionally built, but is still affordable to the do-it-yourself client base. With Scott Rod Fabrications, you can have the high quality interior and under hood kits that are built for your Mustang. And with the step by step installation instructions, you can install these pieces yourself in your own garage. These aluminum door panels, bumper fillers, race dash replacements, rear seat deletes, apron covers, and other metal replacement panels are lightweight and give your Mustang a race ready look!
Just a quick note to say what great people (Eddie Davis) are at Latemodel Restoration. I ordered and bought a set of Track Pack Wheels for my 2014 Mustang GT.Their prices and service is the BEST in the MUSTANG INDUSTRY, not only the price and service but the honesty. The wheels came thru with the wrong center caps one call to Eddie Davis corrected the situation in one phone call and the next day I had the center caps (FORD RACING) the correct ones no BS, they just did the Right Thing,whereas in this Day and Age you don't here that often. LATEMODEL RESTORATION is the only place for your Mustangs parts and equipment, trust me try them and you will see what I mean!!
Saved this 1987 Fox from going to the crusher August of 2014. It was just a shell when i got it but it was a solid foundation with no rust. Took me 10 months and $9,000 to get it where it is today. ...