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Old 09-08-2011, 07:23 PM
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Nice job. Nice and clean. I really like the wonder woman edition steering wheel too. 
Beat me to it!!! Lol
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Clean, subtle, and unique. I like it.

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What's the reason for the Air/Fuel gauge?

Do you have a turbo on the motor? If not I see no reason for that gauge, but clean looking install otherwise.
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AJHEATING..nice job buddy When I get there i will remember this idea.. thanks for posting!!
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I was in the garage last night, I guess I didnt even think about it. I did forget the high beam indicator light, got it all tore apart, going to cut a new cluster on the plazma tommorow. I was thinking stainless or aluminum got a bunch laying around maybe make both and try them out. thanks
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What's the reason for the Air/Fuel gauge?

Do you have a turbo on the motor? If not I see no reason for that gauge, but clean looking install otherwise.
i'd think it'd help with tuning the carb, if it's set to lean or rich
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Man, that looks great! Is that an electric or a mechanical speedometer?

The only thing I would do differently is put the oil press and water temp in the middle rather than AFR and fuel, but that's just personal taste. If I get crazy one of these days, I might give this a shot! Thanks for posting up the pics!
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looks awesome. nice

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got my dash recut today. Put two more holes in it, one for high beam one for electric fuel pump. speedo is mechanical.
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Looks clean man, can u shoot a pic of it from the backside? Just curious.
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If you already have the file you might want to run off a couple dozen of those. I'm guessing they'd sell pretty quickly. The market exists here, and if you're having them flame cut they should be fairly reasonable to produce.

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I could ask the boss if i could make some and sell them. He can be kind of stinge. he would want me to sell them for a fortune. I could make 50 of them for about 50 bucks out of 16gauge cold rolled. thats what I used. I guess I could make ten or so and just send them to who ever wants one. cost what about 5 bucks to ship in one of those envelopes. If there is some interest I can make more. Iam not going to sell them though. im not on here to make money, just show what I have done. thanks
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I could ask the boss if i could make some and sell them. He can be kind of stinge. he would want me to sell them for a fortune. I could make 50 of them for about 50 bucks out of 16gauge cold rolled. thats what I used. I guess I could make ten or so and just send them to who ever wants one. cost what about 5 bucks to ship in one of those envelopes. If there is some interest I can make more. Iam not going to sell them though. im not on here to make money, just show what I have done. thanks
I'd be interested, $5 + materials is a steal. I probably have enough spare gauges lying around to make it work too. The only thing I would request would be the smaller light holes to be 1/8"-1/4" so I could use smaller LED mounts for the indicators and whatnot. I can always make them bigger, hard to make them smaller and still look that clean. Great project!
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1974 Bronco - 302 2v, C4, D20, D44, 9" - 'consulting mechanic' (Brothers project)
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I would be very interested as well. I would also be interested in the piece that replaces your radio. These look very good.
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That's a very clean look, I like it, nice job!
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