Post Number: 20
|Posted on Monday, 06 January, 2014 - 13:16: |
I am restoring my SS II and am trying to find a person to refurbish the ignition panel face. Where the keys have dangled for her 37 years is rather bare.
Has anyone some clues?
Post Number: 702
|Posted on Monday, 06 January, 2014 - 14:16: |
Where are you located?
There's at least one, possibly several, places that offer this service that have historically advertised in the RROC-US magazine, The Flying Lady. I can look those up if you're interested.
I'm presuming you might want to check "close to home" first, that's why I ask your location.
Post Number: 57
|Posted on Monday, 06 January, 2014 - 15:44: |
In the past I saw, on ebay, someone in USA offering stickers to cover the switchbox printed with appropriate lettering to suit the different models. They looked correct and I nearly bought one for a Mk VI. I think it was one of the larger spares suppliers there. Not proper but so much easier.
Just a thought.
Post Number: 21
|Posted on Monday, 06 January, 2014 - 19:38: |
Thank you both, Carl and Brian.
I am in Canberra and I don't mind sending the face away.
Post Number: 1358
|Posted on Monday, 06 January, 2014 - 19:51: |
Have you given Bill Coburn a call?
He may be able to help with advice on where to go to get this work done.
Post Number: 703
|Posted on Thursday, 09 January, 2014 - 02:49: |
Got your PM but thought I'd post a response here in hopes of keeping the thread going. There have got to be places (even if it's a handful) across the globe that do this sort of thing.
The company I'd remembered is The Frawley Company in Parkesburg, PA. The information conflicts in their print ads (where they limit themselves to pre-1976) and their website. In any event, if they don't do the work for your specific item it's very likely they can direct you to someone that does.