Collectors are the keystone of this market.

These people are primarily ruled by their emotions; they are experts in this field and know the product.

What we offer is a niche product, addressed just for a limited number of consumers who share very high demands and standards; in particular, customers value the quality of the final product itself, and therefore the materials used and their manufacturing.

This being the case is required an ability to offer a product identical to the original one, treated with high quality and resistance materials, which meets all the standards required.

We do not repair the dashboard but create a new one, identical to the original.

We do not repair dashboards, we do not correct or mend scratches or defects but we start from the dashboard frame and create it again, identical to the original, perfect in all its parts and respecting the accuracy of every single detail.

We do not use shoddy or not in compliance with the law materials; for many years we have relied on professional, reliable local suppliers who ensure quality materials.

We do not leave the customer alone and offer, if required, after-sales service for fixing the dashboard on the car.

We are not retailers but producers; this implies both cost effectiveness and guarantee of quality.

The guarantee of the “Made in Italy” for all our dashboards.

The guarantee of getting a product that meets the required standards, a new one (so not a repaired one which can be subjected to future abrasions or damages), completely “Made in Italy“.

Besides also the guarantee of assistance also in the post-sale phase.

Our dashboards are approved by the ASI (Automotoclub Storico Italiano – Italian historical automotoclub).

When we started the dashboards were made by using fiberglass, however, they were not approved by ASI.

After a few years we started producing dashboards trying to get as close as possible to the originals.

So we switched to using PVC films or outer ABS and polyurethane injection, as we keep doing nowadays.

We too have had to adapt to market changes and changes in customer needs over time; these have become gradually higher and stricter, forcing us to experiment new processing methods and to purchase new cutting-edge technology.

How do we work? Here are the three main processing stages.

  1. The old dashboard is “stripped” (not for all models, for some models we crate also a new frame).
  2. After restoring it, we use a mold with the thermoformed sheet and inject the polyurethane to give shape to the dashboard.
  3. Once the dashboard has been formed, the finishing processing as well as the test of the various tools and buttons is entirely and exclusively manual.