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new dash & receiver

I just installed my new Dash with Dolphin gauges and a new Pioneer receiver in my 49 F1. The gauge panel and frame for the receiver were made by Raceway Mfg in Ormond Beach, Fl for me.
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I'd say one of these chrome radio filler plates would fit perfect above the new stereo, fill the hole and look great.

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That receiver looks more like a TV. I'm still playin' cassette tapes. Maybe I should upgrade someday. I still have a few 8 tracks left too. Oh well. The new one looks very nice though. I think the chrome cover would set it off nicely.
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That receiver looks more like a TV. I'm still playin' cassette tapes. Maybe I should upgrade someday. I still have a few 8 tracks left too. Oh well. The new one looks very nice though. I think the chrome cover would set it off nicely.

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The truck is coming along nicely. Good job on getting the dash situated.
I agree about the chrome radio delete plate. Theat should finish it off nicely

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I'd say one of these chrome radio filler plates would fit perfect above the new stereo, fill the hole and look great.

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Ya mean something like this?
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Ya mean something like this?
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That looks great!
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I'd say one of these chrome radio filler plates would fit perfect above the new stereo, fill the hole and look great.

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Where do you find one of these?
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I think the LMC catalog on page 51. Not sure about the black paint on it though.
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