Let's Discuss And Compare M.A.S.K. Vehicle Dashboards To Their Real-Life Counterparts

Coming up on our next MASKast, Jason and I will be discussing a unique M.A.S.K. topic: M.A.S.K. vehicle dashboards and features. As fans of '80s era cartoons, this time frame projected unique vehicles coupled with interesting and high-tech instrument panels. Our beloved M.A.S.K. entity is no exception.

For this upcoming assignment, we encourage your feedback along with voting for your Top 3 favorite M.A.S.K. dashboards. Here's how we will exam this topic: compare the dash of a M.A.S.K. vehicle to the actual or closely related vehicle that it was modeled after (e.g. mid '80s Chevy Camaro to Thunder Hawk). Let's look at the pros and cons and some of the unique features you would want from the "defense mode" conversion dash to place in your own car! Leave a comment to this post or in the poll below with your Top 3 conversions and then join us this Saturday for MASKast Chat on Google Hangouts.

In true M.A.S.K. form, we have established a satellite link to the M.A.S.K. Headquarters computer and asked for the closest matching original vehicle dashboards to compare with their M.A.S.K. counterparts. Below is a list that has been approved for your review which consists of the vehicles we have reviewed to-date on MASKast (episode 36 of the animated series.) Take a look and then vote for your Top 3 in our poll...

M.A.S.K. Vehicles

1986 Chevrolet Camaro Iroc-Z / Thunder Hawk

1984 Yamaha Venture / Condor

1986 Kenworth W900 / Rhino

1985 Porsche 928 / Shark

1984 Jeep CJ7 / Gator

1986 Dodge Ram / Firecracker

1957 Chevrolet BelAir / Hurricane

V.E.N.O.M. Vehicles

US Military Apache / Switchblade

1985 Suzuki Cavalcade / Piranha

1986 Nissan 300ZX / Manta

1984 Ford Bronco / Jackhammer


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  1. i like it camaro because this camaro very muscle cars forever the 2016 Camaro offers 6 engines, from a 455-horsepower 6.2-liter V-8


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