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Divco gauge panel (New pic)

Discussion in 'Parts For Sale' started by fleetside66, Nov 10, 2018.

  1. fleetside66
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    City: Bethlehem

    State: Pennsylvania
    Price: $100
    Here is a solid original Divco gauge panel. Because of it's unique structural form, it could easily be grafted to just about any existing dash (such as a Model A dash rail). This unit would look amazing in a speedster situation, with its cool rounded top. The metal is thick gauge & the gauge holes will accept the standard 2-1/16" gauges & 3-3/8" gauge. There are four light towers on the back to hold your bulb sockets to illuminate your old gauges. (If need old gauges, I got 'em.) There's plenty of extra room for switch panels & lights or whatever. It measures approximately 15-1/2" X 10" at its widest points. If you're at the stage of a build where you're thinking about the dash scenario, this guy can save a lot of time & add some minimalist style. And, imagine it all painted & striped. H.A.M.B priced at $100 & only offered here.

    The price is plus shipping. Although I can't imagine that the shipping would be more than $20, why don't I get you a specific quote, once you commit to buy. PayPal would be best, but a Postal Money Order would work, as well. The first P.M. committing to buy gets it.

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  2. fleetside66
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    Great form and as solid as a brick. This could save someone a ton of time in building a custom dash.
     
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    So many possibilities.....
     
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    This unit is solid like a brick....not wimpy sheet metal.
     
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    These panels were used for many years in Divco's heyday. If you were a milkman in the 1950's, you probably saw this more than your wife.
     
  8. fleetside66
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    Here's a picture of one in an original Divco.

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