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53 54 55 Ford Truck Billet Aluminum Gauge Panel Dash Insert Instrument Cluster on 2040-parts.com

US $112.50
Location:

Tempe, Arizona, United States

Tempe, Arizona, United States
Condition:New

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Billet Aluminum Dash Inserts for Street Rods, Classic Trucks, & Classic Cars

 

1953-1955 Ford Truck Billet Aluminum Dash Insert

1953-1955 Ford Truck Billet Aluminum Dash Insert
This auction does not include gauges or indicator lights.

1953-1955 Ford Truck Billet Aluminum Dash Insert          1953-1955 Ford Truck Dash Insert w/ Autometer Gauges          1953-1955 Ford Truck Dash Insert w/ Autometer Gauges

Click the images above to see how the 1953-1955 Ford Truck Dash Insert looks w/ Autometer's Old Tyme White or Old Tyme Black gauges installed.  Click the image to the above left to revert back to the item up for auction.

 
This dash insert is CNC milled from T-6061 aircraft quality billet aluminum.  
It is professionally polished and accepts Auto Meter Street Rod Series gauges.
(3 1/8" speedometer & 2 1/16" smaller  gauges)
  
Multiple item orders will be combined to reduce shipping costs.

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