While perusing this website, one thing is abundantly clear — we focus on delivering material about classic rides. Be it a car or truck, we enjoy them all. But how many of you realize that Chevrolet’s little S10 pickup is now considered a “classic” by many enthusiasts? What that means, is I am certain you will start to see many aftermarket parts becoming available for those wanting to hot rod this little hauler. Classic Dash is one of the first companies we know of that is now offering products for the S10 by unveiling its new composite dashes for the 1994-1997 Chevy S10, Blazer and GMC Sonoma with either the T- or S-chassis.
The new, dash panels are precision-molded and made for use with either analog gauges or Holley and RacePak digital dashes. The six-gauge panel is available in matte black, brushed aluminum finish, or a carbon fiber finish so you can tailor your S10 interior to suit your taste. The dash will accommodate popular gauge styles with a 3 3/8-inch speedometer and tachometer as well as 2 1/16-inch auxiliary gauges. Digital panels are available in matte black for the Holley’s 6.86 and 7.5 EFI digital dash and the RacePak IQ3S Street Dash.
The panels are made utilizing a rugged UV-protected ABS material, and I am told the perfect-fit inserts will meet or exceed factory specifications. In other words, the new panels are designed to fit where the stock cluster went and use stock fasteners. Easily installed with commonly available tools, a competent do-it-yourselfer can perform the swap in an afternoon. With a relatively inexpensive price for the panel, everyone from the daily driver to the die-hard motorsport enthusiast and custom mini-truck owner can afford to upgrade to a new Classic Dash.
Check out the S10 dash offerings by clicking here.