SC Riviera

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About SC Riviera

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  • Birthday 07/06/1960
  1. I will say that whomever made the kit that is installed did a fine job. Everything fits perfectly with no gaps leaving me to believe it was factory. I think I'm going to try my hand at veneering the parts myself.
  2. Well now, that changes everything. I was under the assumption that it was an option. So rather than peeling it off I think I'll hit the junkyard and an pick up another dash and console. So I guess my next question is does anyone recommend a kit manufacturer? I love the way it looks with wood. And thanks for clearing that up for me.
  3. I have a 1996 S/C with a wood dash. Problem is that the oil from the wood seems to have caused some separation from the clear coat. So I have gold blotches all over the place. I also have some damage to the console box release handle. I searched the forum looking for posts on the subject and was unsuccessful in finding any. I would like to know if anyone has had any experience stripping and refinishing the original or installing a replacement kit. I've read up on a couple of the kits and one warned that it was not a replacement for those originally equipped with a wood dash. So, I'm a little concerned.