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Old 06-26-2011, 10:49 AM
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Gauges in the orignal for pure.

I believe for of the stock to want to get a orignal to fit 6V and 12V for hotrod without the billet! I have fighting the modifies of mechanical oil and thermostat temperture, (they work). The housing would not to just look like and 37-48 Chevrolet, Ford would have a 1940 with the decals detail, greens, reds browns, 40-48 fords.
Since 6V and 12V, I would love to get the Runtz and the block white to be to the firewall to clean it when you have to replace bulbs, and break the little wire on the white block when the little wire could messing with the hand I may tearing wires.

Just Christmas, I would like two for both 40 fords.
Please!

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Old 06-26-2011, 07:18 PM
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Replace the 6 volt with 12 volt. Electricity does not care it just flows.
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Old 06-27-2011, 06:52 AM
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I like your car. I am working on the dash and tidy wires. When I Installed the AC, I pulled high of the evaporator. Some people to lower under the dash. I tried to hide it. I bet it would work better, I have a glove dash with 2" for the papers, manuals.
After working on the gauges, seems I can use photoshop and Illustrator to make my decals myself. If anyone want, just get like, Chrysler 34 coupe, get a very good camera, I could do it myself. Some of those might be old to read, or a restored to just to click.
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