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      Registered: November 2013
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      A few of the 21,000 pictures of my 1940 Ford.
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    1. 4TFORDOR

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      Registered: November 2013
      Location: Vancouver
      Posts: 24

      I do not cut OEM 1940 Ford parts. So, I milled out an exact fit gauge insert from a piece of 2 inch thick aluminum stock. The AUTOMETER gauges mount from the rear. The turn signal and high beam indicators are LED/fiber-optic. The OEM grill hides an ALPINE sound system with a remote control. The normally hidden cup holder, in the glove-box, is VW Jetta. The original high-beam indicator is now a CEL. I made the lower valance to hold the VINTAGE AIR controls and vents, air pressure gauges for the suspension system, nd a boost gauge.

      I would rather have tools I do not need than to need tools I do not have.
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