Dash Pad and Glove Box

Photos and reports of our historic 1st-ever IsuzuPup.com meet. A big thanks to Andy (puttputtinpup) and Alan (VendPro) for putting it together, and to 86TurboPup for suggesting it!
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Dash Pad and Glove Box

Postby charlieb » Mon Feb 25, 2008 8:52 am

I have a spare dash pad and glove box for 81-87 Pup, chocolate brown color, good condition, $50 for both. Shipping is more than the selling price, so I'll bring them to Concord if anybody is interested.
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Re: Dash Pad and Glove Box

Postby JoeIsuzu » Mon Feb 25, 2008 9:22 am

charlieb wrote:I have a spare dash pad and glove box for 81-87 Pup, chocolate brown color, good condition, $50 for both. Shipping is more than the selling price, so I'll bring them to Concord if anybody is interested.
Wow, those are hard to find!
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Re: Dash Pad and Glove Box

Postby charlieb » Mon Feb 25, 2008 9:59 am

I got them from Andy just before Jerry turned up the last NOS dash pad, saddle, exactly the right color. So I'm in good shape, just want to clear the clutter from the garage and maybe help out a fellow Pupper.
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Re: Dash Pad and Glove Box

Postby charlieb » Tue Feb 26, 2008 2:09 pm

Some pictures. Dash pad has a starburst crack the size of a quarter in front of the driver near the windshield. These are in good condition, definitely not NOS.
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Re: Dash Pad and Glove Box

Postby arrowmntdiesel » Wed Feb 27, 2008 11:29 pm

Charlie,

If you don't mind hanging on to them for just a bit more, I will take them off your shelves. I have a conversion coming up that will go nicely in the brown color.

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Re: Dash Pad and Glove Box

Postby puttputtinpup » Wed Feb 27, 2008 11:31 pm

arrowmntdiesel wrote:Charlie,

If you don't mind hanging on to them for just a bit more, I will take them off your shelves. I have a conversion coming up that will go nicely in the brown color.

Mark

You gotta come to the meet in Charlotte to get 'em! :mrgreen:

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Re: Dash Pad and Glove Box

Postby arrowmntdiesel » Wed Feb 27, 2008 11:52 pm

You gotta come to the meet in Charlotte to get 'em!


Talk about a road trip!!

I know my Pup could make, but I'm not sure I could make it without Teresa for that long. I don't think she is up for a trip in my Pup for that long. :?

Sounds like everyone is in for a good time though. Shirts look great Andy! Thanks for your efforts on them.

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Re: Dash Pad and Glove Box

Postby charlieb » Thu Feb 28, 2008 6:38 am

Pup daddy has first refusal, then Crazyyth, then arrowmntdiesel. That's the order of response. Right now I'm waiting on Pup daddy, he wanted to see them before deciding.

BTW, this is the dash cover and glove box. You still need the two vent holders, one by the passenger and the other by the driver, to make a full install. I got very good results painting interior soft parts with SEM paint (http://www.sem.ws/index.php). Carquest carries it for $12 a can.
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