I want to change the size of some of the gauge holes, move the steering, etc... I can cover the existing dash with a "plate" of powdercoated aluminum, or I can fill the holes in the dash with wood and refinish the dash, or I can completely remove the wood from the back of the dash, install all new wood in behind the dash - fiberglass the front - yada yada yada, but what I'm thinking of I don't know how to do... I'm thinking of instead a "plate" of aluminum using a "plate" of carbon fiber, I'm just not sure how to go about it. It would be cool if it could be inset into the dash for a flush looking fit, or it could go "on top" of the dash like you'd see in a car or truck. I've got thoughts of removing all of the wood out of the back of the dash, using a router on the dash in the shape of the carbon fiber "plate", installing new wood in the back of the dash, and putting carbon fiber in the dash where I previously routed out.
Idea's and suggestions are needed, not limited to but including references for someone who can do what I am thinking of doing.
When I typed the word "plate" I mean a piece that's about 1/8" thick. Thanks!