We have pictures of the dash, cherry teak vinyl metro restyling out of California, slightly lighter than the original, but I like it better so I'm going with it. The aluminum rings have been hand made for the gauges but have not been honed yet. The gauges will be fitted shortly, but are shown in the photo just set in to see how it looks. Those are the original gauges with the Italian script. I think it'll look good once it's put in the car. The upper & lower dash are already restored; I just don't have complete pictures yet. The ATE calipers are being restored. I had them epoxy spray painted, 3 coats, then 3 coats of dark steel restoleum paint and clear coated. The car won't be raced, but it's now bullet-proofed for heat. Putting the rebuild kit together with the ATE calipers cost me a case of beer and $30 Cdn in paint, and the cost of the rebuild kit. A good deal! In the next few weeks, the car will receive it's final primer and Bianco Spino (Hawthorn White) paint in single stage, no clear urethane. There's one picture of the original from 1966 Bianco Spino paint chip. By the way, guys, that's REAL Canadian beer, not that American crap!