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Replacing instruments- Simrad IS20

I'm replacing several broken instruments mounted on my Catalina 22 and needed some help on how to make it look nice.

How do I make it go from?




To this (without sinking the boat, collecting the insurance, and buying a new yacht with everything pre-installed).



I'm going to use Simrad instruments and plan on starting with IS20 Combi and a B744V transducer. Is it possible to fill in the previous holes, repaint the area, and drill a new hole without making it look bad?
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