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Old 06-13-2010, 02:16 PM
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Restoring factory gauges

I have a 73 Monte Carlo and I like to get the facory gauges redone. I saw a video on youtube gauge marks where they did one for a Firebird and Camaro. Yhey basically used transfer sheets to transfer the markings. What I want to know is has anyone done this and how do you get the image of the markings and where do get the right transfer paper? I e-mailed the guy the company Friday, so I'm waiting on a response from them. But if anyone else knows, I would appreciate the help.
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Old 06-28-2010, 10:00 PM
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Outfit called Whiteface Gauges on Ebay sells vinyl replacement placards for a lot of applications. I have used a few and so far they have worked very well. The numbers and marking are not a 100% match as far as the sharpness is concerned but overall it looks very nice. A full set for all the gauges runs about 30 bucks or so. All the overlays can be installed without removing the needles.
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Gauge Restoration

I've been to there web site before and this is deffenitly an option. They seem to have alot of interesting stuff that may work if the other way doesn't work.
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