Grey dash bezels


Active Member
Was the 82 gn the only b4b car to receive the charcoal grey gauge, radio and dash bezel? The wood grain in my car is getting me down. I have some vinyl wrap I have left over from de wooding my Denali truck(I hated the plastic wood in it too) that I did a quick test on the gauge bezel and it's a little dark compared to the 84-87 grey console applique I installed. If I do wrap it I would have to paint the bevel areas and I don't want to ruin the factory piece if I don't have too. What are the chances of finding a factory grey set?
I forgot all about you making that custom tachometer in the cluster. That looks nice! I'd like to do something like that in place of the clock in my 67 impala. I think it would be as simple as making a new overlay for an autogauge tach
Thanks. I'm sure with the right editing software it would be quick but I used Microsoft paint and it tool forever to isolate the digits from the clock.

Sent from my SM-G900W8 using Tapatalk
Next on the docket is a digital voltmeter that will go in a "spare" dummy light pocket and mount my alky control in the bezel in the open space below the defrost. I'm hoping I can order a set of filters from kirbans and cut and glue the alky and low alky in a couple light slots that aren't required but I think they are different sizes.

Sent from my SM-G900W8 using Tapatalk
There must have been another car besides the '82 GN to use grey bezels. I found a grey bezel once at a swap meet that only had three pods, so it wasn't for a '82 GN. I think it was for a Century. (Century and Regals share the same dash)
I seen this searching around. I don't think they made all to many of the somerset cars either......thank god.