I've not even seen those - can you post a link?
Thomas I have to agree the install looks beautiful. However I could not see those gauges easily and therefore I would go for the A pillar installation as my first choice. I want to be able to read my gauges easily and without moving my head all around or turning the steering wheel. There is only one spot where I could put a gauge on my 93 dash where I could conveniently read it. Having said all of that I still thing his gauge setup looks really great!!!ThomasKenyon said:Al98TT..... Looks sweet, can't say I have ever seen a gauge install like that.
Looks like a bit of bondo & fiberglass then prepped and sprayed the dash color.
It appears to be a very sweet job.
In my opinion, installing aftermarket items in a tasteful manner takes time and sometimes money. Too many people look for the easy way out.
Installing gauges in the A pillar or hanging off the right side of the dash takes no creativity and lacks individuality. If you honestly think it looks good like that then you ought to sell your Supra and get a CIVIC where crap like that is acceptable.
There!! That oughta get em' started.
Hey O2+, how in the hell did you get a SUPRA to the PI! am i reading your location right? if it's trueO2+ said:I just finished up my version of a custom dash for my Supra. Tell me what you think.
Yes, I am located in the Philipines.BLACKDAWG23 said:Hey O2+, how in the hell did you get a SUPRA to the PI! am i reading your location right? if it's true
then you got to be the only one there with a dawg!