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I am looking for a place to buy a light, wiper, ignition, etc. switches for my dash. This is not a stock restore and I am looking for a simple but nice look, polished alum (billet?) or satin metal finish of some sort. So far, my searches have not produced anything of note. I could put the stock switches back but think with the rest of the interior they would now look out of place. Any ideas on where I might find some switches like this would be appreciated.

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Thanks, that was one of the places I had seen. They have a pretty interesting LED ignition/starter switch I was thinking of getting. Just not sure if I need a key or not. Perhaps a hidden kill switch with no key is enough? Planning to call them, they are closed until the 5th.
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Also try Ron Francis Wiring,,,,,nice stuff!



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I use American Auto Wire. They have nice stuff. Do not use Haywire.
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