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Ive been looking to do an old school metal dash swap for a while now. After browsing around, I found a dash that I liked. Its out of a 1956 Ford Fairlane. I got it for dirt cheap, and its in real good condition. I was able to pickup the gauge cluster on ebay. The past 2 days I have been sanding it down to bare metal. I will have updated pics tomorrow for u guys.





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i dont see progress...WTF

o edit ...dont sand it down to bare metal john ...find some1 locally to sandblast it after your done smoothing it out and done with metal work ...trust me

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Nice find. Gonna be sweet.

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hey john ...its almost as nice as what my dash looks like ....

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Ok so after getting all the paint off this thing, heres where it stands. All of the holes that are there now will be filled in and smoothed out. I was able to find a gauge cluster on ebay for pretty cheap and i cleaned that up too. Heres some pics of the dash all stripped down and then a few with the gauge cluster in the dash. enjoy













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Looks badass! Keep the pics coming

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Thats tight.

Aircraft stripper and a small wire brush will get those tight areas. Then wipe it down with a paper towel and some mineral spirits.

If you can find it cheaper, I can fix it.
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Re: 1956 Ford Fairlane Dash

nice! i found a 55 Bel Aire but its in the middle of no where and i wont have power or air to take it out...? so how could i pull the dash out? break the front window to get to the top back of the dash.. buts its tacked into place???
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nice! i found a 55 Bel Aire but its in the middle of no where and i wont have power or air to take it out...? so how could i pull the dash out? break the front window to get to the top back of the dash.. buts its tacked into place???

Cordless sawzall.

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that would probably work too. I got this thing off ebay, so it was already pulled from the vehicle.
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cordless sawzall is the way to go, its how i got the dash for mine, just cut it as close to the windshield as possible, you'll have to remake most of the top anyways so it doesnt matter if its a clean cut and good luck with it, getting the 68 dash in mine and making it look proportioned was a blast lol
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im doing a 57 bel air in mine.. that dash is so thin tho i advise using a torch to get it out... least thats how mine got out.. and for the love of god dont talk about busting out the front glas out of that car!(cringe) i think that rubber seal around it is like the rear windows in our s10's.. how are u sheetmetaling it in?... and do u have to section it any?.. if you do i advise centering it over your steering colum. then doing it like that


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hey john quit screwing around and get this dash in lol j/k j/k

looks cool

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The 68 pickup dash in mine was in Five pieces before it fit right, and then i had to build a new top for it and sides and fill in a shit load of holes. Post pics, i love this type of stuff
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im doing a 57 bel air in mine.. that dash is so thin tho i advise using a torch to get it out... least thats how mine got out.. and for the love of god dont talk about busting out the front glas out of that car!(cringe) i think that rubber seal around it is like the rear windows in our s10's.. how are u sheetmetaling it in?... and do u have to section it any?.. if you do i advise centering it over your steering colum. then doing it like that
yea i was going to start over the steering column so i have a good starting point, and then working from there. I know it definitely will have to be sectioned atleast 4 inches, and then i will most likely have to add metal to the top side to bring it close to the windshield. Its going to be a fun project. I think it would be pretty sick if i kept it all bare metal how it is now, once i get it all smoothed and shaved. but thats another story.

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i have a triple gauge pillar pod for my air gauges right now.
A) Keep gauges there
B) Put gauges in the center flat portion of the dash
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leave them where they are
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Cool. We actually have a 56 Fairlane that my grandpa bought almost new back in 57. Cant wait to see this.

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I NEED OPINIONS!!
i have a triple gauge pillar pod for my air gauges right now.
A) Keep gauges there
B) Put gauges in the center flat portion of the dash
Personally, I don't like pillar pods so I would try to find a spot either in the dash or make a console for them.

At least it burned down doing what I built it for.
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id suggest getting one of those old school gauge pods that mounts below the dash.
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yea i was thinking of going that route too. i just want to make the dash as smooth and clean as possible
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ive been looking on ebay for a while about a dash.. i cant ever find one!
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ive been looking on ebay for a while about a dash.. i cant ever find one!
i hear ya on that one. I was looking around for a while to find one I liked. I came across this one, and I couldnt pass it up, especially for the price the guy was selling it at.



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ive been looking on ebay for a while about a dash.. i cant ever find one!

i found my dash on ebay.. and when i used to search i would find at least 20 or so a day but then again i used to spend all night lookin...

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mine was on ebay also

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well they say u can get IT on ebay
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lol well i buy everything else there! hahah well ill keep looin thnx guys... any progress on it yet???
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i havent had a day off since the last update. Im off tomorrow, so be on the lookout for progress pics tomorrow nite
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im not saying what they are until i get them. All I will say is that they are a big name brand and they will be 20/22
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UPDATE!!!

I got a late start on it today, but I got the stock dash out of the truck. For some reason, it was a royal pain in the ass this time around. I started doing some measurements on the new dash. I cut out about 3 1/2'' from the center of the dash. I need to get welding wire otherwise I wouldve had this thing tacked up.







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love the dash swap its going to look sweet.
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hey john ...you want to know how I placed mine??...well im telling u either way..lol

I cut mine in half just like you did ...and than took the drivers side and sat it somewhere I needed it and than measure from there to the doorpanel/pillar of the other side and got it where it needs to be...ahh whatever u know what ur doing..lol

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yea thats basically how i did mine. The only thing I noticed on the dash is that the ends are slanted, they arent straight up and down. so the drivers side looks like this / and the passenger side looks like this \ so that screwed up my measurements at first. but im going to cut the ends of the dash on a straight cut and then cap them off
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mine is pretty much like that ...except im going to have it contour to the door panel...I actually got a good amount of the pass side...the driver side I cant do b/c my door is off...

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as i was pulling out the stock dash, i realized that i didnt think about the speakers, fuse panel, and all that other crap. Im going to have to make mounts for all those inside the dash
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as i was pulling out the stock dash, i realized that i didnt think about the speakers, fuse panel, and all that other crap. Im going to have to make mounts for all those inside the dash
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id really like to find a glove box for this damn thing. ive been looking all over for one but cant find one. I was originally going to shave the glove box all together, but i have an idea of something that I want to mount in there...i just need to find a damn door
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looks like a good project, if you have room why not make your guages flip out of the dash somewhere so they are hidden.
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hmmm can't wait to see it finished
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