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    Hawk alloy instrument panel: brand-new, unused & uncut

    After announcing new, Hawk-supplied instrument panel for my latest project - refurbishing the pod & instruments on my own car - now I don't need it.

    Assumption I'd replace this panel turned out p
    essimistic, since my old one scrubbed-up better than expected, so decided to stick with it. Keep things simple. Which leaves me a new one to sell...

    These items fully-reversible and my photo shows the reverse - as it would be for a LHD version. (And also upside down...) You simply turn it around onto the other side to create a RHD dash.

    The RHD side has black protective film on it to protect the brushed aluminium finish during installation.

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    recision laser-cut instrument-holes = 100 mm in diameter for two main gauges & 50 mm for 5 lesser ones. Plus 4 rectangular openings for switchgear; then 5 small holes pre-drilled to take the standard Stratos fascia-retaining screws. All in their correct locations.

    As a rectangular alloy sheet, you simply trim round the edge to match your own car's pod or binnacle - I guess they all vary. Paid 99.60 pounds a few weeks ago for it (@68 pounds plus 15 pounds for carriage; plus 20% VAT on both) - but am willing to resell within club for 85.00 pounds all-in. (Sorry - UK only, obvs.)
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    Re: Hawk alloy instrument panel: brand-new, unused & uncut

    Clive
    Thanks for posting. Is the panel the same finish when turned over, as I will have to "flip" it for my RHD Corse in order to get the 5 minor dials above the steering column.
    Ta
    Steve

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    Re: Hawk alloy instrument panel: brand-new, unused & uncut

    Yes, Steve, it is indeed. (As previously mentioned).

    That other side (the side you'd use uppermost for a RHD dash) is currently faced with black vinyl to protect the aluminium fascia from scratching or damage during the trimming/installation process.

    Once it's in, you peel the black vinyl off to reveal the alloy fascia beneath. Job done

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