You did good!! Definitely looks the part, very clean, nice upgrade! I have always wanted to try engine turning, saw a guy did it using large pencil erasers once, looked good! I think I am going a different route, I purchased some push/on, push/off latching switches from Ebay. I fabricated an aluminium panel that mounted up under the dash bottom edge. You could not see it unless you laid on the floor, and upside down, you had to memorize the order and do it by feel. I mounted the switches in rows, engine controls first row, lights in the second. I had a third row with just one switch, that one would switch the line lock button on the shifter from the brake control to the horn for street driving. Also had push switches in the Hurst tee handle, drill it thru and had push button switches on each end, turn signals, what else? Made it hard to steal also!!! I'm not sure if I will do the same thing in the coupe or use guarded toggle switches like aircraft use, all mounted behind the hand brake on the floor mount panel cover. What's your opinion??