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Old 02-17-2021, 02:33 PM
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Default 1965 427 AC Cobra Dash layout

Hi, I'm looking for a sketch with dimensions showing the locations for the installation of Smiths gauges.
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Hi, I'm looking for a sketch with dimensions showing the locations for the installation of Smiths gauges.
Are you building from scratch?
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Do you have a specific kit/car in house?

I ask as the dimensions are different from make and model.


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Hi, I'm looking for a sketch with dimensions showing the locations for the installation of Smiths gauges.
Do you require gauge locations for a roadster dash with the speedo and tacho in front of the driver and the five minor gauges near the centre of the dash, or the Comp/SC with no glovebox and the tacho and three gauges near the centreline of the dash?

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Here Dash layout is a link to a previous thread that has 3 sketches of different dash layouts. With a bit of ingenuity you could enlarge them or draw them to scale, to suit your preference. You might even be able to mirror image them so the steering is on the wrong side.
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