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      Ron Seeholzer

        My Tiger has a very non-stock dashboard that I would like to restore to stock. Somewhere in it’s history a "plywood" dash was added to permit a stereo and speakers to be installed. I just purchased a replacement dash from Sunbeam Specialties and a wiring harness from British Wiring and I am looking for a shop to perform the restoration. I need someone with experience with the Sunbeam wiring and reasonably close to Akron Ohio. Whoever did the conversion has installed a homebuilt "fuse panel" on the passenger footwell and fully enclosed the transmission hump in the same wood as the dash. Any recommendations? Any feel for what the cost might be? I would try it myself but I do not want to get half way through and need to tow the car to the shop to complete the work.

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        Jeff Nichols

          You may want to try Doug Jennings in Dayton. He is semi-retired from the Sunbeam business but he may help you 937-259-6800

        • #65097

          Does it still have the original gauges and switches?? If so then a swap back to the original type dash and wiring is fairly straight foreward to do if you have a good wiring diagram since you wouldn’t need to find original or allow for replacements. Too bad we’re on opposite sides of the state or I’d help you out with it.

        • #65098

          Call this guy in Tallmadge, Bill Demattia 330 630-2718

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