New Composite Dash for ’70 -’81 Firebird, New Management and Headquarters, and New Website


Written By Moore Good Ink

Carson City, Nevada – Classic Dash has recently announced a new, molded ABS composite dash panel to suit the 1970 to 1981 Pontiac Firebirds.  In common with all the company’s previous composite dash panels, this new Pontiac Firebird dash has a modern, clean look and is impregnated with a UV inhibiter that protects it from sun-damage. It is available in carbon fiber, brushed aluminum, or classic black finishes.  All Classic Dash panels are offered in three forms: with or without gauges, with or without gauge openings, or complete with gauges installed. Twenty-two different styles of gauges are offered, including 10 variations from Autometer®, 8 from Classic Instruments®, and 4 from Dolphin Instruments®.  Prices for complete Classic Dash instrument panels for the ’70 -‘81 Pontiac Firebird start at $699.95

 

The Pontiac division of General Motors debuted its second generation Firebird in 1970.  Its new F-body design, a “swoopy” body style with an undeviating line running from the top of the rear window to the lip of the trunk lid, remained the same for eleven years, becoming the longest period-style of the Firebird’s history.

 

Ordering these new dash panels is simple.  Classic Dash has recently given its website a new make-over with easy navigation and website access to ordering.  The new management is led by Greg Wambold and the new state-of-the-art manufacturing facility is located in Carson City, Nevada. Staff members are friendly and knowledgeable and can easily answer any technical questions you may have.

 

For further information contact:

Classic Dash, 5225 Grumman Drive, Suite 100,

Carson City, NV 89706

Telephone (866) 882-3525 or visit the Classic Dash website: www.classicdash.com for the latest offerings.



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