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GN312 Special Dashboard
#1
Hello chaps,

I've started thinking about the dash on my special, can anyone confirm if the dials are indeed 7 related ?

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would also be super grateful if anyone has some spare they are willing to sell ...

please note the domestic light switch under the dash...

cheers
Matt
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#2
I recognise the oil pressure gauge!
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#3
Hi

Difficult to say without some clearer pictures.  The oil gauge and ammeter could be but I don't think the speedo is.  However its a special use what you like!

The "domestic" light switch may not be.  These type of switches were used for interior lights in cars.

I like the dashboard "as it is" and I'm sure it would polish up.  I could see it with a swirled machined face.  Smile

Cheers

Howard
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#4
The ammeter looks to be from any Seven from 1933 onwards, the oil guage is 1930-32 Austin Seven; hard to tell on the speedo - it could be a late Ruby, or it could be a foreigner!
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#5
I can't even see the picture??
Black Art Enthusiast 
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#6
leave it be!
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#7
Smiths Chronometric speedo? Looked a bit like MA, but the trip and miles are further out...


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#8
Wink 
I'll try the pic again


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thanks for the comments ... any recommendations how best clean old ali sheet, its the back of a street sign funny enough
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#9
I cleaned up a steering wheel with a plastic pan scourer. It did a good job without much scratching.
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#10
araldite a wine cork to a nail and put it in the pillar drill. Some grinding paste and some time and youll have a swanky finish
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