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Unread 06-21-2008   #1 (permalink)
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Default Who makes a 1969 red dash pad?

I recently acquired my all-time favorite car, a red 1969 Mustang convertible with a red interior. The original dash pad, which is also red, has the typical cracks in the center speaker area, so I have been looking for a replacement pad -- but all I can find are black, neutral/off-white and ginger colors. Is there a red one available anywhere, or should I be getting a neutral color pad and a spray can or two of vinyl dye?

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Go to MACís: Dealer of Restoration Parts for Classic, Antique, Vintage Ford Autos, Cars & Trucks: Street Rod Parts, Vintage/Classic Ford Manuals & much more! there phone is 800-777-0948
They have parts catalog free for the asking. They will have any color you need.
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Go to MACís: Dealer of Restoration Parts for Classic, Antique, Vintage Ford Autos, Cars & Trucks: Street Rod Parts, Vintage/Classic Ford Manuals & much more! there phone is 800-777-0948
They have parts catalog free for the asking. They will have any color you need.
Thanks for the link. I checked there, they have just black color, unfortunately for that year.
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I am not sure anyone is making them. Most offer white as a dyeable color. This is probably the best way to go unless you can find an NOS one.
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