There's a couple of pics in my "Willit? Update" thread in the engine swap forum. Be advised, it's one of the longest threads on the site, so it will take some time to find them.2 MONTHS wow A bit on the slow side lmao but well worth it. do you have aby pictures of what it looks like?
I ordered one and had a friend follow up in German via phone- never heard again from them despite 3 emails and multiple calls'makes me question their business ethicsnow $500 is not as bad as (just dashes) $1000, would u recommend buying from opelgt.com, has any 1 of u guys bought somthin from them? If you call them do they speak english?
Just so you make a decision based on real numbers, the current conversion for the Euro is $1.24. That means your 375 Euro price earlier in the thread is about $469, NOT over $700. You do have to add shipping and that can be pricy due to length, but still could be in the region of the $600-$700 numbers here.
I must be extremely lucky, 4 out of 5 of my GT's have sweet dashes (one was restored by Just Dashes) without a single crack. The 5th has one moderately thin crack from the vin plate to the windshield. :veryhappyMost GT dashes are cracked - probaly less than 100 'real good' ones left ...
The cover actually looked nice to me, but was told that they may not hold up well. They look like they can be installed without pulling the dash, but I don't have any experience with them. Do they cover most of the dash well?Bondo? I would not recommend bondo for fixing cracks in the dash even if you are covering. SEM has a two part foam repair epoxy that is a high strength foam. It is messy, but was able to use it to fix several cracks in a Kadett dash, it sets fast, and sands nicely. I have used the covers though, and not had one lift or warp that I know of. Seen numerous ones at the car shows and they look fine too.