Corvette Glove Box Door Restoration
The 1964-1967 Corvette glove box door showcased a beautiful brushed aluminum insert. A miniature “Corvette” emblem was attached in the lower right corner.
There are 2 versions, 1964-1965, and 1966-1967. The difference is the emblems. The emblem matched the design of the rear deck emblem. Through the years, dents and scratches in the aluminum, and wear or scuffs in the black paint can really take their toll! Let Corvette Specialties of MD West restore your door to like new condition, while maintaining that same appearance on the back as new.
Corvette Glove Box Doors 1964-1965, and 1966-1967
We disassemble your glove box door and reinstall a new, correct, brushed insert. Repainted front and back as original. Original riveted appearance on the back of door is retained. Please note: we cannot re-chrome the door.
Base cost $159.00*
+$50.00 for new emblem – we recommend replacing emblem.
+$15.00 Hinge stripped and painted
+$3.00 Decal on 66 and 67
We can restore the entire glove box assembly
Send us the entire door and box assembly and we will restore and repaint for an additional $90.00 labor plus parts (including liner, screws, bumpers, etc.)
*Typical completed cost – $330.00-$360.00
Be sure to check out the packaging and shipping tips at the bottom of this page!
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WHEN SENDING PARTS, PLEASE BE SURE TO INCLUDE OUR RESTORATION ORDER FORM.
IMPORTANT PACKING & SHIPPING NOTES: When shipping gauges and other items for restoration, please wrap the items securely! We suggest wrapping each item in bubble wrap individually and cushioning the wrapped bundles within the box with more packaging. When shipping open-face gauges, protect the gauge face by taping the gauge face-down to a piece of cardboard and wrap with bubble wrap. Note that some pointer bases may stick up beyond the edge of the face so the cardboard may need to have a small hole to accommodate it. Be sure to fill the package completely with cushioning material, especially the corners, as any movement within the box can cause damage. Do not use packing peanuts as they allow too much movement within the package. Insure your items for a replacement value you feel comfortable with. Please note that even if you insure your items, if the carrier determines the package was not packed properly they may dispute your damage claim.