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  • For sale: Countach 5000 qv centre console switch plates ('86 and newer i think!)

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/111797707198...84.m1555.l2649

    These are mine, latest version I've made. Hint for forum members, $175 offer gets it!

    I still have some of the earlier ones available. Email me at paul.dewing@tesco.net as I don't always get PM's on here..


    Latest batch made:





    Earlier batch:



    Also in the process of having heater slider bezels and knobs 3D printed:



    LP400 panel I'm working on too.

    K9
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    Bezels now 3D printed. I know the original heater sliders are very rare and VERY expensive, so my plan was to use the 3 position Fiat X 1/9 fan slider, like this:

    to control the fan speed, or to have a regular slider control under the panel to control the air distribution. Here's one of my panels with the new bezels:



    and here's the originals:



    Bezels and panels for sale, CAD file for the 'HEAT' and 'DEF' knobs sent to the printer!

    K9
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    • #3
      My 1st attempt at trimming one of the panels I had made and adding switches/sliders etc, did I post these already? (Damn memory loss...) I learned lots but OK for first go. Fan knobs are for mock up only, and I just grabbed the first five switches out the box...

      Found a few suitable sliders to control cables for vents etc, but settled on a John Deere lawn mower piece in the end. I have a set of real sliders in my possession now and will post pics comparing the two later.. I figured this would be a chance for some of the forums members I've locked horns with to throw some back....



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      Last edited by K9COP; 01-03-2016, 06:08 PM.

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      • #4
        That looks awesome. Good job

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        • #5
          Originally posted by flyhilandsoft View Post
          That looks awesome. Good job
          Thanks, it was only a first practice and I learned a lot to do differently on the next ones, I was just impatient to see how it came out....

          K9

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          • #6
            Very. Nice work indeed !! Thanks for posting this

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            • #7
              Praise indeed! Thank you Sir.

              K9

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              • #8
                Hi Paul! That is some excellent craftsmanship!!
                Can you please PM some prices on the buttons if you are selling them?

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