At the car cruise, the difference between a car that's admired and one that's dismissed is in the details. Car guys constantly tear down their motors to get that one or two extra ponies while ignoring the interior that dutifully accepts spilled ketchup and granite-hard French fries. With a little hard work and the right parts, your interior can look like new again.
CHP found an interior in need of all of our know-how and interior savvy, as well as a healthy dose of DDT to kill the assorted fungi that was eyeing innocent bystanders. After cracking the dash, we discovered the wiring had troubles of its own. A quick call to Tony Genty at Original Parts Group netted us the correct wiring harness and all the other goodies we needed for a complete dash facelift.