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Pic's if you got-em
Thanks Mike
 

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Mike,

From one "Sunkist" to another "Orange Crush", I bought one from Ron Francis at Wireworks. It is pretty non-destript, with a brushed aluminum knob. I think it looks great with the Autometers and orange dash. Sorry no pictures, but close your eyes and "vision".

Looks just like the picture above! Even the door jamb switches.

Cheers.

[ October 18, 2002, 03:49 PM: Message edited by: Larry Cornish ]
 

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Mike,
Go to headlight switch pic, click on "catalog" and scroll down towards the bottom until you see the heater knobs. The right pic shows the Ron Francis headlight switch (I just polished it to match everything else).

Chris
 

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Thanks guys, getting really close here.
Mike
 

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I bought Lucas brand toggle switches from Finish Line:

 

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John's work of art..as usual. :cool:

He actually raises another point, if you don't have Russ's turn signal yet..it's a really nice item..very well made.

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Living on the edge with Lucas.
 

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Here ya go...something a little different...as usual.

 

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I used the Ron Francis. Comes with nice billet aluminum knob, has a nice heavy duty ceramic construction with dash/interieor dimming function.
 

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Ah, Lucas switches. It makes me think of the good old days when I had an Austin-Healy 3000 MkII with the three dreaded words of any English car owner - "electronics by Lucas." Hey, it's only recently the English discovered oil is a fluid! :eek:
 

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For all my switches I used standard toggles with rubber weather covers. For the headlights I used a three position switch.

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I used toggle switches for everything. LOTS and LOTS of toggle switches.
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