Classic Headquarters W-380B 67-68 Camaro Dash Center Panel No AC/Radio
67-68 Chevy Camaro
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This 1967-1968 Camaro dash center panel is manufactured from original thickness material with an accurate stamped curvature. These dash center panels have the correct pebble grain texture insert with a high polished edge trim. These panels are radio delete style, which is not factory original. These panels are useful for mounting gauges, switches or to block off the radio for a custom appearance.
- 1967-1968 Camaro
- Radio delete style
- Licensed GM Restoration Part
- Original thickness material
- Accurate stamped curvature
- Pebble grain texture
- High polished edge trim
- Camaros & Classics part number LK454
- Sold each
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