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  • archie
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    yeah I was looking into getting one for my Mercedes 380sl and read great things about them from the SL forums. So I decided to do a search on their site for E30 and this popped up. I've never seen them before and the Mercedes group really likes them.

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  • IRON-E
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    I just purchased one from a different company. Have had it sitting in the car in the heat with a stack of magazines over it, to keep it from warping. 3 months in, so far so good. I'll report if anything changes.

    I have not added glue or velcro to it yet, I just want it to maintain the correct lines on the dashboard.

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  • roguetoaster
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    Yes, had one in a cheap 325es years ago, didn't even notice that it was installed until I got the car home, but this was before dashboards got expensive. Also saw a few over the years in yards, but they never looked quite right.

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  • george graves
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    Yea. They've been around since the 90's at least. The forward edge looks a bit weird, as it just cuts off with no rhyme or reason. To be honest, If you want to cover dash sins, a dash mat is retro-cool. I had one in the 90's on my e21, and it was awesome!!!!

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  • archie
    started a topic Dashtops

    Dashtops

    I never knew they existed for the e30. Anyone ever use one of these before?

    http://www.dashtop.com/products/dash...6-bmw-318-E-30
    Last edited by archie; 07-12-2019, 01:14 AM.
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