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Old 12-29-2004, 11:45 PM
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hehehe...yup, been there, done that...I did mine myself as well. Team Marine did the panels and i installed the gauges, trim rings, switches and had everything else powdercoated locally. it was a fun project...estimated cost somewhere around 1000 bucks.
Great Job Sean. Thanks for the help Scott
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Old 12-30-2004, 08:35 AM
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I hope Allen doesnt mind me putting these up , hes a little piclexic Nice boat ! Looks like hes realy done alot to it ..
Wow nice cafe, Got any more pictures. I've never seen that one before.
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Whatever ya do---don't get the Redline Livorsi's. Fred will cnfirm that they have problems over time. I replace all my redline's because they drifted in values they gave and fogged over regularily.

If you have VDO guages be aware that VDO uses an a$$-backwards fuel sender compared to VDO so that will need changed no matter what you go with.

Fred also is best guy to work with on a project like this.

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Sweet looking Cafe...
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Old 12-30-2004, 09:23 AM
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hehehe...yup, been there, done that...I did mine myself as well. Team Marine did the panels and i installed the gauges, trim rings, switches and had everything else powdercoated locally. it was a fun project...estimated cost somewhere around 1000 bucks.
That is cheap for the result yo got. Post the before pic.
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Caveman your dash looks amazing what a differnce! Mr P is redoing ours now and after seeing yours I wish he would have done some graphics on the panel. We went with bright blue and white Livorsi gauges, swithes, and even a new steering wheel all bought from Fred at Trick. You just can't go wrong with Fred, he's one the best for us do it yourselfers
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now you reminded me...the actual cost was about 2200 including the gelcoat...i just had to re-gel the dash...no paint here



btw, that is one sweet looking cafe...never seen that one before!
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