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Nash

posted on 3/12/13 at 10:49 PM Reply With Quote
This is mine in my Indy



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avagolen

posted on 5/1/14 at 08:25 PM Reply With Quote
This is my addition to the gallery.

Fury - not yet on the road.

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robertst

posted on 16/2/14 at 02:07 AM Reply With Quote
this is mine... and yes, that is a radio, good for blasting music between traffic lights! also i've noticed that two cheap 20w speakers installed in the right place on the transmission tunnel creates quite a noticeable reverb with the ally panels and they sound quite good!







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SteveWallace

posted on 22/2/14 at 01:50 PM Reply With Quote
This is mine - MDF base with plumbing pipe for the bottom edge radius, covered with felt backing and then faux leather. ETB gauges:

finished dash 1
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finished dash 3
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Dale

posted on 11/3/14 at 05:01 AM Reply With Quote
After way too much time its pretty much finished- except I broke my temp gauge and need to get a new core(temp sensor tube broken). The insert sits inside a frame made of 3/4 inch conduit on the bottom 3 pieces. Gauges are made in adobe and the tach and speedo are reverse sweep like the old maserati of the 30s,40s I have added the family coat of arms to those gauges. The aluminum finish is done with an orbital sander with 80 grit and coats of clear, I brushed it first but did not like it, so returned to this finish.
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and 19 now want to drive but have to be 25 before insurance will allow. Finally on the road

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40inches

posted on 1/4/14 at 08:27 AM Reply With Quote
Dash take 2

I was 70% happy with the first incarnation. Now, after spending far too much time over the winter, I am 90% happy.
Before and after photos.
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The Black Flash

posted on 1/4/14 at 10:14 AM Reply With Quote
Now that is a seriously neat job!
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theduck

posted on 1/4/14 at 10:48 AM Reply With Quote
Quick update to mine now interior is almost finished.



[Edited on 1/4/14 by theduck]

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Stot

posted on 6/4/14 at 08:11 AM Reply With Quote
Here is mine.



Aluminium with an IVA rolled edge covered in a synthetic veneer with an upside-down MX5 dash with new dials mounted into MDF and covered with leather and foam where needed. LED tell tales and tell tale logos laser etched into the leather.

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TimEllershaw

posted on 2/6/14 at 02:00 PM Reply With Quote
The original - a flat ali sheet with a razor shart bottom edge !


The bare panel :
Looked nice to begin with but soon turned grey and grubby


And with some sticky-back-plastic :






... only later did I realise that I made a copy of a Cateringvan dash :








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posted on 1/9/14 at 07:36 PM Reply With Quote

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rodgling

posted on 9/9/14 at 10:01 AM Reply With Quote
My new dash layout:



Pleased with how it came out, reasonably neat and the carbon fibre looks good. The dash shift lights are only used for alarms and lap time information, the shift lights in the drivers eyeline are used for shift light functionality. Dash control buttons mounted on the wheel for easy access.

An earlier version taken in better light, but with the BMW clocks still present:



[Edited on 9/9/14 by rodgling]

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renetom

posted on 9/9/14 at 05:03 PM Reply With Quote
for sale

Our interior BEC flappy paddle gearshift

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VERTFELIX

posted on 17/12/14 at 04:14 PM Reply With Quote
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VERTFELIX

posted on 17/12/14 at 04:16 PM Reply With Quote
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ianm67

posted on 17/12/14 at 05:04 PM Reply With Quote
Here's the dash ready to be bolted into the Dax








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Luego.2.0

posted on 14/10/15 at 05:01 PM Reply With Quote



Here's mine





Veinto 2.0 black top.
Jenevy throttle bodies
Omex ecu

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AlanH

posted on 16/2/16 at 12:34 PM Reply With Quote
Here is a pic of how mine looks just now but I am in the throws of updating it.
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johnemms

posted on 10/3/16 at 02:19 PM Reply With Quote
MOT due ..3 years old already !
Dash looks a bit like spiders eyes ..


Gauges Linky


[Edited on 10/3/16 by johnemms]





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AlanH

posted on 10/3/16 at 07:17 PM Reply With Quote
Looks good. Is that a choke cable? What carbs are you running?
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johnemms

posted on 10/3/16 at 09:07 PM Reply With Quote
locost Thread..here.





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james h

posted on 29/3/16 at 03:42 PM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by johnemms
MOT due ..3 years old already !
Dash looks a bit like spiders eyes ..


Gauges Linky


[Edited on 10/3/16 by johnemms]


Is the right hand gauge a speedo?

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johnemms

posted on 29/3/16 at 06:31 PM Reply With Quote
Its a speedo & rev counter
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Velona Link..

Glowshift Gauges

My main speedo does not have an odometer that records total mileage for mot/insurance etc.
Regular Type 9 electronic drive runs both speedos.
(can switch it off at night or if you do not want to record total mileage)

Drive at 40mph ..press set.. done.. easy peasy
Programable RPM 0-20000 Min 10 rpm
Speedo 0-250 mph or km/h
DC 9-16v (12v regular)
Conect to OEM sensor
Stainlesss or Black



[Edited on 29/3/16 by johnemms]





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deanspoors

posted on 7/4/16 at 06:31 AM Reply With Quote
Here's mine on a Westfield Megabusa. Race Technology dash, Savage Switches and FIA cut off on a carbon dash. Pleased with it.



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Quinten

posted on 7/4/16 at 10:38 AM Reply With Quote
Great thread!



4 gauges (water, fuel, rpm, speed), a single side/dipped/main switch, 3 savage switches (hazard, start, fan), 2 indicator buttons on steering wheel, and a Bright6 module for the warning lights. I like things minimal






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