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Unread 08-20-2009, 09:37 AM   #1
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The nicest dash EVER in a CJ

Got these pics in an email this morning from a place in Florida called "THE SHOP LLC." I've never actually done any business with them, just talked to them a little and got on his mailing list at SEMA. They are more known for muscle car stuff, especially Chevelles. This is probably the nicest dash ever in a CJ. Not my style but you've got to admit its nice work. The billet vents in the dash are for the Vintage Air a/c that's going in it.

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THE SHOP LLC'S LATEST CREATION FRESH OFF THE PRESS, A CUSTOM DASH FOR AN 83 JEEP, ALL GLASS, POWDER COATED ALUMINUM INSERTS, VINTAGE AIR, AUTOMETER, COLD AIR VENTS, AND PIONEER NAV AN ARSENOL OF ILLUMINATED TOGGLES, AND YES ONCE AGAIN SHE'S ALL HAND





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Unread 08-20-2009, 09:39 AM   #2
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Yeah, not my style either, but nice.

Any pics of the Jeep it's going into?
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That fit in my jeep I'll paint it black, haha.
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Looks nice but those covered switches are stupid. I never understood why people like those unless you are afraid you might make someone blinded and veer off the road if you accidentally turn on your fog lights. Honestly.. comeon!
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Swap that blue for black, and it'd be perfect. I love it!
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Looks nice but those covered switches are stupid. I never understood why people like those unless you are afraid you might make someone blinded and veer off the road if you accidentally turn on your fog lights. Honestly.. comeon!
Or locker switches, in dash winch switches, could be alot of things you dont want turning on while you're flying down the road haha..

Plus blinding someone is illegal and not recommended because I've seen accidents happen from it
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Unread 08-20-2009, 03:01 PM   #8
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Looks nice but those covered switches are stupid. I never understood why people like those unless you are afraid you might make someone blinded and veer off the road if you accidentally turn on your fog lights. Honestly.. comeon!
They're just cool, you could put a normal switch in there, but where is the fun in that? I have 5, and none of them control anything important (3 sets of lights, and 2 heated seats). No one expects a Jeep to have heated seats, or the controls for them to be under a missile switch.
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Looks nice but those covered switches are stupid. I never understood why people like those unless you are afraid you might make someone blinded and veer off the road if you accidentally turn on your fog lights. Honestly.. comeon!
ive got one and its for my locker. i think they look badass and it would suck if someone decided to flip it up and not notice anything happen then drive around with the rear locked then....... BOOM! my ****s broken. they are there for a reason
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They just sent me high resolution pics of the dash. Looks good ! Still didn't answer me if it will fit a YJ... those bastards, haha.

I'll just build one myself, i love the gauges.
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I'll just build one myself, i love the gauges.
hell those are off the shelf autometer gauges. sold as a set, part# 1490
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I figured, tyvm for the part number.
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Unread 08-20-2009, 06:40 PM   #13
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Looks very nice. I would love something like that in my TJ
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Unread 08-20-2009, 07:44 PM   #14
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If I had a CJ I would put that in
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Unread 08-20-2009, 07:49 PM   #15
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I reckon those vents are from either a Commander or a Chrysler Crossfire.
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