I would think a 1964-'98 Corvette dash if that is what you want would be your best fit, but it is more jet cockpit than swoopy open air scarf and goggles sports roadster that the 1953-'63 Corvettes were. The Corvettes twin symmetrical bulge with gauges and a grab bar were mirrored in some of the earlier 1959-'64 Impalas with their large diameter open boats wheel. All of these were styling cues that were reinforced with a lot of marketing and advertising hype.
I discovered being so tall that stock dash instrumentation was next to useless. So I got used to making my own instrument cluster extensions that held my mechanical gauges that I mounted above the top of the dash. I used angled bezels that rotated the viewing angle so that I could easily see the gauges (not made in the aftermarket for larger Tach's and Speedometers so I made my own by sawing up coffee cans).
My wife's cousin built Morgan yachts so I had all of the fiberglass I ever needed (my wife's cousin owned the company and I traded some engineering expertise for plastic since expensive sail boats and power yachts were not selling all that fast he was branching out into making RV's based upon a Morgan yacht interior so he needed help setting up a truck chassis). I taught him mechanics and helped teach me to make and pull fiberglass molds.