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Old 05-18-2013, 10:32 AM   #15
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That looks fantastic! How long did it take you to do the entire job and what was your total cost? That main dash panel looks like it would be a booger to do!

Your cockpit looks exactly like my 2002 Windsor!

Good luck, happy trails, and God bless!

Joe & Annette

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Old 05-18-2013, 11:14 AM   #16
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Total cost was 68 material 20 for primer and 40 for shipping. Primer was hazardous material .

Time,, Apprx 10 12 hours, spread over a week.

Radio dash 2

side panel 3-4 had to cut 5 wires

main dash had to cut 2 wires. instrumetents were on approx 6 contectors

labeled all wires to be cut. made drawing of switch location etc.

I could do it in half the time now ..

took my time and didn't rush. stopped and took many breaks ..

had to look up how to remove ignition switch and head light switch

which is easy now that I now how..


1999 Monaco Windsor 36"
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Old 05-18-2013, 11:50 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by jwinston View Post
IDS Finishes

The type I used is WG-364 GN one of 3 in a gloss finish.

Removed the main dash last night and I will post pics of it when


Another benifit is this film covers all the broken pieces that seem to be

common with these plactic panels.


I followed the link above, but could not see where I could order the materials. Do you have to contact them directly, or am I missing something?
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I think you have to call them directly

good luck and it me know how it worked out for you

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