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Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by nachodog, Nov 29, 2012.

  1. nachodog
    Joined: Dec 24, 2009
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    How's it going guy's? I just bought this gauge panel from a fellow hamber and he had it posted as 1948-1952 Plymouth cluster but when I searched it doesn't look like a Plymouth part. Can someone please let me know what it came out of? I went through the entire dash thread and could not find a similar one. Thanx in advance.
     

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  2. Try 53-54 Plymouth.
     
  3. stuart in mn
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  4. alumslot
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    I'm not sure but may be this will help.

    Jim
     

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  5. nachodog
    Joined: Dec 24, 2009
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    Thanks stuart and rusty, the site was extremely helpful. It looks to be the '51. The '48-52 searched would just show the earlier gauges.
     
  6. nachodog
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    Sorry jim, i was laying on my side and the pictures looked straight to me.:D
     
  7. el Scotto
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  8. sololobo
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    n.dog, looks like someone beat me to giving ya the info on the google gem. Nice GMC bro, a little partial I guess as this is my heap. Wish it was sitting like yours. I have some lowering springs for it just need to get after it. ~sololobo~
     

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