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Author Topic: Fulvia S3 (Veglia) Dash/Gauge perspex  (Read 1725 times)
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« on: 27 December, 2013, 04:24:40 PM »

I’ve had a batch of dash warning strip and gauge dial perspex screen-printed, both of which are for sale.

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Stephen Holloway
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Tim Ray
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« Reply #1 on: 10 January, 2014, 08:34:56 PM »

Like Stephen I wanted to replace my 1298cc SERIES 2 Coupé Perspex cover. I made up the artwork for the symbols / calibration marks for the oil/water/fuel gauges and sent a profile of the panel off for quotation. Mine is the 1 piece panel, covering the 3 small gauges and the speedo and rev counter.
I have had a response but the minimum economic batch size is 25 off.
Anybody interested in sharing the cost? If I can shift all 25, then the price will be approx £20/£22 each, depending on postage and destination.
The panels will not have the 9 lugs as per the original but my prototype (without legends) has held in place with pins and adhesive.
Can anybody please advise if the Series 1 and the Sport/Zagato models use the same panel. My car is LHD but I think both sides use the same panel.
I will ask Jack if he will publish an article in VL refering to both the Series 2 and 3 parts and post the info. on other Lancia forums.
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« Reply #2 on: 10 January, 2014, 09:45:20 PM »

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