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if its a older blue one, id pay nothing for it, as its ugly :p

even the caps are like $100+, so maybe $350?...more...just wild guessing here :D
 

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if the edges are curled back from never being mounted, its worthless. Lots of variables that would determine the value. I'd say if it were mint. You could get $400.
 

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Bruce... you should mention it's color, and condition. If it's truly new and never mounted, I'm sure you'll have no trouble finding a new home.

Dash caps go for $75-100, and do a decent job. But a new dash would be a better choice for someone truly shooting for perfection.

Put some pix of it here, and let's see what happens. Who knows... depending on price, I might be interested.
 

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Just Dashes = $1000 and the grain won't match the original.

Dash cap = $100 plus a good afternoon of work and looks OK.

If it is absolutly perfect, I would say $500 on up - depending on how long you are willing to wait to sell it and how much you like dealing with people who want to strike a deal.

In the end it is worth what someone will pay.
 

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$500 in my opinion.
Dash caps are great, I have installed many, but fitting the vents and glove box is a huge pain. I'm gonna try "rebuilding" the original dashes I have. Done well, I think they would be a great solution and a much better fit.

Still, wish I had a pile of NOS dashes, in good shape,,,,
 

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I think it would be less than what it costs for Just Dashes to redo one. The original dash wouldn't last as long.
 
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