Could you express the products used on the dash repair.
Fiberglass, bondo , mat for backing and edging ?
What primer and paint did you use for the nose section ?
I started by using epoxy to glue washers on the backside of each bolt hole and then I cut a piece of plastic (from an old DeWalt drill case) and applied heat to mold it to perfectly fit in the space where a large piece of the dash had been busted out. Then I used epoxy to glue the plastic piece in place. I then took pieces of iron stock and used epoxy to glue the metal around the top border of the dash. I then used bondo to fill small holes as well as cover a good portion of the back side of the dash (for structural support). After sanding the bondo I applied multiple layers of fiberglass resin. Once I sanded the resin I applied Rustoleum primer and black semi-gloss paint.
(I used the red primer but I didn't have any tonight when I took the pic but the paint in the pic below is the same, just grey)
Edited by Moosetales, October 17, 2014 - 08:00 PM.