Bubba put a LOT of gauges and holes in my dashboard. I think that instead of trying to plug/patch them it would be wiser to cut most of it out and replace with a new panel cut on a CNC machine that has the correct holes dimensioned and cut in from measurements made from an original stock dashboard panel. Here is a pic of my dashboard as it was when I got the Jeep 11 years ago: Check out the nice naugahyde: Here's a pic from the back: And the front with the naugahide removed Here are a few pics of example 1966 Tux dashboards: So I made a temporary sketch drawing of all of the holes in mine: As far as I can tell from my archive of pictures from other's projects, the OEM holes are the red ones in my drawing: Speedometer Key Choke Lights Glove box Chrome "Oh ****" Bar Can you guys advise me as to whether or not I am correct? Once I hear back, I will complete this drawing with dimensions to the appropriate scale and then I can cut it on the CNC and stitch it into my panel. And, I'll share the file if other folks want to do the same, and I'd be happy to help anyone else out that needs to make a new one.