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Found 9 results

  1. I removed this semi-transparent white plastic case from somewhere behind the dashboard of a 1976 Cadillac Seville. Inside the case are circuit boards. I didn't make any notes when I removed this piece, and I have no idea what it is. Can anyone identify it? Thanks very much!
  2. Looking for a complete dash in decent condition
  3. Custom made 16ga metal dash insert for 1923 T Bucket Roadster with 5 holes punched and rolled lower edge..U trim to fit your particular car..Gauges not included. fordtrk56@gmail.com..Jack..760)751-2946
  4. I'm parting out a solid 56 Buick from western Kansas the front fenders were near perfect as were the inner fenders so they sold right away, the frt bumper and grill are still available and are very nice condition no dings or dent very straight the chrome is a little week with surface rust, the pot metal on the grill is about the best you'll ever find from a parts car, lot of other parts to much to list call or email you needs I try to help, I'm loosing my storage building in a few weeks so I have to cut the rest the car up this weekend, so Hurry, located in Lincoln, Nebraska 402 474 2344
  5. Eisemann through the dash coil in good condition nickel plated type DCR 6 Volt coil condition unknown $400
  6. Does anyone have a windshield wiper vacuum switch that mounts on the dash to the lower left of the steering column? Is this part interchangeable with other GM makes? I can't find a part number or description in factory parts books or other literature. I just know there is an empty hole on the dash! It had to be pot metal, so no surprise this is a tough one to find. TX for any assist. Steve Snell egawai@aol.com AACA 822695 BCA 20766
  7. Forsale , all buick for 46-48 good gold and silver no fade. good clear glass. black chassis on back mount. asking 100 craig 612-803-4918
  8. I have recently purchased a 1985 Riviera convertible and the dash is digital and does not show anything, no fuel, no speedometer, nothing. It blows a fuse as soon as you turn the key on. I need to take the digital dash out so I can unplug it as part of my trouble shooting. How do I get it apart. I don't want to break anything. Thanks.
  9. Hi all!! Im new to the board and hope this post is ok. Im making the electroluminescent dash light driver for early mopars. If you were told your old driver couldnt be repaired you can now buy a completely new unit! I now have them listed on ebay under my name 72tx340. But if you would like to just purchase one directly from me you can email me at gary_merritt2excite.com. Just put the @ symbol where i put the 2. (spam you know!) There just 99.95 plus 5.95 priority mail shipping. Thanks AACA!!
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