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Aircraft Spruce shows them in black but description reads red, may need to fire them a e-mail for clarification:
http://www.aircraftspruce.com/menus/el/switchaccessories.html

Aparently, they are required to be red in aircraft but they are also used in industrial equipment. Two and three positon models exist that can lock up, lock down, or lock center.

Directron has them in red, blue, and "carbon fiber" checkerboard. They are sold with switches but for a resonable enough price that you can throw their switch away:
http://www.directron.com/switches2.html

APEM makes industrial ones that can be locked out/tagged out and are a bit more compact than most. They come in grey, white, orange, black, red, green, yellow, and black and yellow striped. They also have a nice selection of operating modes:
http://www.apem.com/toggles.html
http://www.apem.com/toggles.html

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Very cool Mike !! :D

Im one of those guys who likes the high tech look. I have quite a few toggles in my FFR Coupe, but they are all just plane Jane types.

How much do the covered led lit switches retail for ? $24.99 Right ?!?
 

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The Advance Auto Parts stores in my area have toggle switches (ON-OFF) in red or blue tinted "chrome" and "carbon fiber". I think they're $12 or $13.
 

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Summit Racing also carries them.


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Someone in an earlier post, linked to a company that would custom label them. If this company custom labeled , they might also have other colors.
 
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