Sometimes those awful fake Euro sports car kits for beetle/Ghia guts can actually be cool.
Dash done just right
In the 60s and 70s, you couldn't go to a car show or car club meet without running into a tacky old Bay Industries Bugatti T35 or T59 kit (differed mainly in fenders and tail clip), Classic Motor Carriages/Fiberfab Gazelle "Benz SSK", Antique & Classic Auto Alfa Romeo 8C Monza, Bugatti T59, Frazer Nash Tourer, or the myriad other tacky neoclassical kits for air cooled VW guts.
However, many avid hobbyists have turned these proverbial sows' ears into the proverbial silk purses, such as this anonymous Floridian petrolhead and his circa 1966 Bay Industries "VolksGatti" T35 on an unknown year narrowed beetle pan.
Front beam faired in almost perfect to the letter.