Great to hear you are joining us here in North Texas! The Texas Cobra Guys meet the first Saturday of every month for lunch (a few of us GT40 guys attend as we are past Cobra owners) and then the GT40 group try to get together the 3rd Saturday of the month. Can't wait to see your car once you get settled.
I finished the fiberglass work on the dash, I extended the ends of the dash so that they would touch the sill. I then molded a lip on the front edge to support the front (where it meets the windshield) of the dash. Then I molded in a recess into the front edge of the demister grill inset area so that the grill would be supported on all edges. (I think that I put about 70 hours of labor into fiber-glassing and sanding the dash). After sanding and painting I wired up the dash, now all gauges, fans, fuel pumps, horns, lights, a/c unit, XFI and XIM ecu's, turn signal, hazard switch, brake switch, starter and ignition switch work as expected. I made a separate harness for the wiper motor but have not installed the wiper motor yet. I verified that the brakes and clutch work as expected without any leaks. I had to replace the IFF brake line connectors (rear lines by the engine) since BOTH of them leaked and I tightened them correctly the first time. When replacing them I examined the lines very carefully and noticed that the flair was not done very well so I had to redo both flairs on the long lines that run through the tunnel. I had to put a stop on the clutch pedal since I am using a Tilton hydraulic throw-out bearing, it works nice and has a nice feel to it (see pic).