[TR] Ye olde dashboard

Jack Mc McGaheyRx at aol.com
Fri Dec 27 22:28:05 MST 2013

I hate to be a wet blanket, but unless that's Brazilian Mahogany marine
plywood, it won't work as a dashboard - no solid piece of wood will - it will
warp and crack - unless you somehow never expose it to changing weather
(temperature and humidity) conditions.

Get a new clutch slave and have the master re-sleeved in brass and rebuild

Jack Mc

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> On Dec 27, 2013, at 10:15 PM, John Summers <rivers2hills at yahoo.com> wrote:
> My dashboard/instrument panel is old and sucks, to put it nicely.  I don't
> want to spend the fortune that our favorite parts suppliers ask for theirs.
> So, I went out today and bought a nice piece of Brazillian Mahogany, I
> My memory sucks also.  Does anybody have a pattern for a 1974 TR6 dash that
> they would like to share?  I COULD trace it or take a photo of it and play
> with it in Photoshop and take it to Office Depot and have them print a full
> sized copy, but I, as always, am looking for the easier way.  Also, which
> makes better sense:  Putting in a new Clutch master/slave cylinder or
> rebuilding?  For an old man, I sure do ask a lot of questions don't I?  I
> everybody has had a good holiday season thus far and their team has come up
> victorious.
> Go NOLES,,,,1/6/14.  Wish my dad was alive to see them playing in
> the stadium called The Rose Bowl.
> Anyway,,,,,
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