Learn how to flock your dash to replicate the true Rally car look. You will need some basic materials (found below) and maybe a good friend to help you apply the product faster…and before you know it, your old, cracked and ugly dash could look and function like a true Rally Car Dashboard.

Thanks so much for watching, and happy wrenching!

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  1. AW Photographic

    Electro static flocking produces a far better result. You can use a scented / flavoured additive in the clue to lesson the smell of clue. Prep work takes longer due to attacking aluminium foil the the rear of the panel to earth it to the high voltage generator

  2. Brent Musclecarczar

    How about a follow up video on how it held up after a few weeks/months?

  3. Tyler Appel

    I could be wrong, but I was told by highway patrol removing the vin plate on your dash Is a felony. Idk how this would be enforced, or how they would find out, but I would use caution, and maybe look up local law first.

  4. Paul Van Hummel

    Thats one nice flocking dash dude!

  5. Jose Rios

    This is beyond dumb. Not you for doing it, just the whole concept.

  6. chang carlos ju kim

    if you do put away the serial number here in my country. you car never be legal again

  7. dan johnson

    vin tags are made with an extremly soft metal and have special rivits….it can be done but it is really easy to damage or ruin them.
    might be easier just to mask off that area

  8. Zeksteve

    It's far easier to put on not enough filler and add more later than trying to sand off massive blobs

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