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  1. Nobody has replicas, just generic bland. NOS material is available from SMS in Oregon but its expensive. I just did my 67 front and back with a local trim shop and the rebuild was around $2500. Ouch, but they look fantastic. I think we priced out material that was close to NOS appearance and it was about half the cost per yard. I bit the bullet as I've gone this far, I wanted true stock look.
  2. Both tachs work and I can't remember how the vinyls were. I sold another one I had in PA and I think that one had excellent vinyl.
  3. Depends on the console/ options wanted. If I remember both are a silverish color and I think one had some small cracks but no missing plastic and the other I think had no cracks at all. I think the cracked one had PW switches and the other none. Both have full harnesses uncut and tachs. I think both tachs need rechrome. Stripped down console no components $50-75. With tachs add 50. With swiches add 25. I can deliver to Quad state show in Sept if you are in no rush.
  4. 66/67 Toro Question Need Feedback<!-- google_ad_section_end --> <HR SIZE=1><!-- google_ad_section_start -->I almost have the appliqués for 66/67 worked out but have a slight dilemma. The circles cut for some switches are flat and not a problem. The rectangles cut are beveled factory edges but would be flush cut laser if reproduced. My ? is, anyway to get a smattering of input from members in the next week as to would they buy “new” appliqués with correct color and lettering without the detail of the bevel, or would that be “incorrect” and not wanted? The plan is to make ever
  5. BTW Ideally I'm looking to keep costs in the $40 a set range if that would sway a decision.
  6. I almost have the appliqués for 66/67 worked out but have a slight dilemma. The circles cut for some switches are flat and not a problem. The rectangles cut are beveled factory edges but would be flush cut laser if reproduced. My ? is, anyway to get a smattering of input from members in the next week as to would they buy “new” appliqués with correct color and lettering without the detail of the bevel, or would that be “incorrect” and not wanted? The plan is to make every available configuration for these appliqués in both 66 and 67 lettering. Size is the difference in letters for the years. Ap
  7. I have 2 or 3, don't remember exactly, 62 consoles. I'll be taking them to Homecoming in June.
  8. I found a Guide single lamp back up assembly 6 volt for late 30s and early 40s GM. It has probably 20 ft of fabric type line with a male plug at the end. Where do guys plug this in to have a back up light? I have a 3 on tree if this helps. Any info would be great. Pat
  9. If you can, send detailed pics to dead@mchsi.com Thanks Pat
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