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Antique Stewart Warner Gauge Ford Panel 1928 1932 ? Model T Dash Thingy

Title   Antique Stewart Warner Gauge Ford Panel 1928 1932 ? Model T Dash Thingy

Condition   used

Item Number   car

Ok fellas - I'm not even going to pretend to know what the heck this thingy is but all the guys down at the shop thought it was pretty cool. I did do a little research here on ebay and know it's worth more than $10. Anyway - Drew said it was really cool because all the little gauges seemed to work. The amperes gauge moves a bit if you shake this thing. Chuck says its cool because the speedometer thingy moves left to write and it moves as well. I guess the car only had 82,054 miles on it - at least that's what it says. There's that big hole above the speedometer and I'm not sure if there is a missing gauge or not. The knobby thing on the left pushes in and out and I have no clue what that is either. Someone told me it goes on either a 1928 - 1932 Ford. Gues they didn't change the part much during those years. Does it work? Beats the heck out of me - I don't even know how it's supposed to work. I do know that if your buying it to fix up a car your probably gonna want to re-chrome the thing because it's pretty pitted and I hope the pictures reflect that. I tried to shoot it from all angles - the glass on the 2 gauges is not chipped or cracked. Not sure what else to say. It's being sold as is - no warranty.

Price = 150.00 USD




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