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    Correct dash knobs/switches for 72

    Hey guys,

    Slowly trying to figure out what parts needs replacing/changed to look period correct, so i started with the dash.
    Currently, i have these button on my 72t?




    Do you have any pictures or part numbers for correct switches/knobs/inserts for 72Ts?
    Secondly, any good (read high stock and diverse inventory) parts suppliers in US, i'll be there for a couple of months, so maybe start ordering from there..
    Checked AASE, Sierra Madre and Paragon got some things missing in all, i prefer to get all from same place but if these are the most reputable/known ones i guess start filling the carts..

    cheers
    aamet

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    Here are a few pics of my 72T dash knobs. I believe these to be correct.DEE02A7E-0AA9-407B-9972-2AD60FC79C8C.jpg

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    Hmm, well, all of mines are wrong than
    Thank you..

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    So i need 3 plastic knobs for headlight, lighter and defrost, 3 chrome base for said swithces, 3 symbol for inside of said switches and one hazard switch.
    Do you have part number for chrome base and plastic knob?
    And i think hazard is different from others..

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