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  • Mike65
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    Looking good Rusty.

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  • rusty428cj
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    I don't think I showed how it looks with the taillights installed.

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  • rusty428cj
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    I have decided it's time to start working on this project again. Dashboard is ready to install but need to fabricate brackets for the AC first.

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  • Ryan Wilke
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    Lookin' sharp, Rusty!!

    Ryan

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  • rusty428cj
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    Stainless trim will be clued in place

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  • rusty428cj
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    Had to make a filler piece for the smaller Vintage Air controls



    Sanded and painted black.






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  • blue34
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    the dash looks better than before in my opinion ! nice work

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  • rusty428cj
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    I still have to paint the dash trim black








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  • rusty428cj
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    I used a half round file to enlarge the hole.



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  • rusty428cj
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    Speedhut gauges came in. Each gauge has a bag with wires, sending unit or whatever is needed to hook it up.





    I have to modify the back side of the gauge panel.





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  • rusty428cj
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    Originally posted by fredfordguy View Post
    Is this your car or are you building for a customer Rusty???
    It will be my driver unless somebody offers me a lot of money!!

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  • rusty428cj
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    Originally posted by Ryan Wilke View Post

    Are Speedhut gauges NOT typically made in USA?

    ^^2X agree that the full sweep gauges are WAY SWEET!

    Ryan
    They are made in the USA. You design your own, background color, font, bezel, and other things.

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  • Ryan Wilke
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    Originally posted by fredfordguy View Post
    Nice choice for the gauges, double plus!!! Made in USA and great looking full sweep
    Are Speedhut gauges NOT typically made in USA?

    ^^2X agree that the full sweep gauges are WAY SWEET!

    Ryan

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  • fredfordguy
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    Is this your car or are you building for a customer Rusty???

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  • fredfordguy
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    Nice choice for the gauges, double plus!!! Made in USA and great looking full sweep

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