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Marine Dash Gauges Mercruiser on 2040-parts.com

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Guildford, United Kingdom

Guildford, United Kingdom
Condition:Used Sub-Type:Gauges

Marine Dash with gauges
Tacho
Oil
Water
Fuel
Volts
Trim
Speed
With loom which originally came from a Mercruiser V8.
Removed when outboard fitted
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Nissan Extrem concept bows at Sao Paulo auto show

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GM and Chrysler in merger talks

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Hot seats: from design to delivery [sponsored]

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As the user demands on car interiors are increasingly influenced by their growing design consciousness, so suppliers like Lear strive to bring better-engineered seating to satisfy. 2013 was another big year for Lear, as Jeanette Puig-Pey, its global fabric & leather design manager, enthuses: "At our ‘Design2Perform' event we celebrated the unveiling of our brand new collection, with special emphasis on color and texture and our TeXstyle Enhance product, perfect for customization. Laser etching is part of this offering, it is exclusive to Lear Corporation and can be used to add refined design elements to cloth and leather." A mix of fabric and leather in seating is not new but is often seen by the consumer as a cheaper alternative to full leather.