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    WTB: Original dash for a 73

    Looking for a original dash in good condition without any visible flaws. Not interested in Lakewell dash.

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    Is it a really, really, really nice car?

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    Yes it is. I'm wondering why you popped that question

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    OMG .. How cool would that be !! I would be ecstatic.

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    Well, it's because dashes that expensive don't get put in poor cars. The last two that I know of that traded hands sold for 10K each. A few years ago I saw a couple trade for 5K each. Those days are gone.

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    Get ready for some sticker shock....

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    It is for my 73 E that has a Lakewell Dash that has a brand new I am not happy about. My car is an excellent example of a 2.4 liter car. But like Gruen911 says the sticker shock is quite too much. The cost of acquiring a clean original dash will put what I have in the car more than its value (just like the old times I guess .. before the values skyrocketed).

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    Quote Originally Posted by w00tPORSCHE View Post
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    It is for my 73 E that has a Lakewell Dash that has a brand new I am not happy about. My car is an excellent example of a 2.4 liter car. But like Gruen911 says the sticker shock is quite too much. The cost of acquiring a clean original dash will put what I have in the car more than its value (just like the old times I guess .. before the values skyrocketed).
    Then to save you anguish I’ll give you 60k right now for your car.

    Like old times.



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